Supreme and The North Face reimagine the popular G-SHOCK WD-6900 in their signature shades

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G-SHOCK x Supreme x The North Face

Announced well ahead of time and part of the second fall 2022 drop of the Supreme x The North Face collaboration, the G-SHOCK x Supreme x The North Face collaborative watch has just shown itself in its finest.

For this collab, the two long-time partners Supreme and The North Face have set their sights on the G-SHOCK DW-6900.

Released in 1995, the G-SHOCK DW-6900 brought a breath of fresh air to the Japanese brand’s wide range of watches, which were already full of popular models. Indeed, with its rounded shape, the DW-6900 marks a major change from the square shape of the original DW-5000 series.

The G-SHOCK x Supreme x The North Face has been dressed up in three individual shades, featuring the signature colors (black, yellow and white) – fans recognize them at first glance – of Supreme and The North Face.

Each watch comes with a nylon and velcro strap with embroidered The North Face and Supreme patches on the bottom. There is also a The North Face logo printed on the upper part of the watch face while the Supreme logo appears when the backlight is activated.

But the originality of this collaboration is totally unexpected in the Taped Seam Shell jacket equipped with a protective space on the left sleeve wrist to house your timepiece. A detail that in any case proves to be ultra practical to watch the time passing!

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G-SHOCK x Supreme x The North Face
G-SHOCK x Supreme x The North Face
G-SHOCK x Supreme x The North Face
G-SHOCK x Supreme x The North Face
G-SHOCK x Supreme x The North Face
G-SHOCK x Supreme x The North Face
G-SHOCK x Supreme x The North Face

The G-SHOCK x Supreme x The North Face is now available on supremenewyork.com and in the brand’s stores.

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