The North Face plans 100 percent sustainable face materials by 2025

Earth Day TNF 3

In its latest sustainability press release, The North Face (TNF) commits to 100 percent of its apparel face materials being either recycled, renewable or regenerative by 2025. Improving the footprint of sourcing synthetic materials is a particular focus, as material-related emissions for polyester account for 53 percent of TNF’s total ...

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