The North Face Mens Class V Pants

Loose Fit. When in doubt, choose a smaller size.
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RRP: £70.00
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Delivered on Tuesday 30ᵗʰ May.

All about this product



Designed for transitioning from city to nature, the Class V Joggers from The North Face are soft, stretchy and sweat-wicking for reliable all-day comfort. Now partly made using recycled nylon and with a PFC-Free DWR treatment, these pants are a kinder choice for the environment too. Features include an encased-elastic waistband with drawcord for an adjustable fit, slash handwarmer pockets and a secure-zip welt pocket at the back right for valuables.

Technical details

  • Materials:
    • 68% Recycled nylon
    • 26% Nylon
    • 6% Elastane
    • PFC-Free DWR (durable water-repellent) finish
  • Adjustable internal waistband with drawcord
  • Packs into secure-zip back pocket
  • Embroidered logo on left thigh
  • FlashDry technology
  • Slash hand pockets
  • Shockcord at hem
  • Adjustable cuff
  • Faux-fly front
  • Fit: Relaxed




Technical features
Quickdry, Stretch, Water repellent, Wind resistant
Garment features
Adjustable cuffs, Adjustable waist, Pockets


Size recommendation
Loose Fit. When in doubt, choose a smaller size.

Other features

The North Face
Ideal For
Everyday Walking, Travel
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Our Planet
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This product has features that impact at least three of our environmental areas.


This product is made from materials such as recycled, organic, alternative (fast renewable raw materials), a combination of these and/or does not intentionally contain any chemicals.
At least 50% Recycled Synthetics
No PFCs or PFAs


This product as a whole or the individual materials within this product have the following certification(s). These are voluntary guidelines used to demonstrate their commitment to good environmental, social, ethical, and food safety practices.
SBTi 2030

About this brand


Few brands inspire confidence like The North Face. Year after year they make some of the best ski wear on the market. Bold colours, flattering fits and this year there’s something even more exciting in the line-up, a new fabric they’ve developed to deliver superior comfort, FUTURELIGHT. An added bonus of FUTRELIGHT is its eco-friendly credentials. Recycled materials go into the product, the waterproof coating comes from PFC-free chemicals while the factory is solar powered. The North Face is named after the coldest, most unforgiving side of a mountain. But it was actually founded in 1966 at an altitude of 150 feet above sea level, on a beach in San Francisco’s North Beach area. Their mission is to provide the best gear, support the preservation of the outdoors and inspire exploration. Judging from this year’s collection, which matches style and rugged protection, they’re still very much on track.


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