Supreme and The North Face are back with a new collaboration of puffy jackets and puffy vests that would not look out of place in a 1994 Puffy video directed by Hype Williams. They feature a fur print, which is a million times less baller than real fur, but also a million times less expensive, so, like, microeconomics, etc. At first glance, the print looks like some sort of roasted marshmallow right before they join graham crackers and chocolate on a delicious S'More type shit, but that's what you get for using intentionally grainy photographs in the name of "ART", I guess. For those who don't know, Supreme's North Face collaborations are some of the most successful in their history, from the city landscapes Summit Series jackets to the Leopard print joint you saw Drake wear with baseball gloves when he was only living one. And considering none of Supreme's devout fans can afford real fur, expect these to sell out with a particularly swift quickness when they drop on November 21st.