The North Face gets owned by the oil and gas industry


Innovex Downhole Solutions, an oil and gas business based in Houston, tried to order jackets from The North Face and were rejected because they supply oil and gas. If only The North Face cared as much about all the cartels pouring into the country.

Innovex CEO Adam Anderson wanted to buy employees a North Face jacket with an Innovex logo for Christmas. They ordered from The North Face in the past.


But The North Face won’t support oil and gas and rejected the order.

“They told us we did not meet their brand standards,” Anderson said. “We were separately informed that what that really meant is was that we were an oil and gas company.”

“The recreational activities they [The North Face] encourage are all ones that require hydrocarbons to make the products, to provide the means to get to whatever activity folks want to perform,” Anderson said. “It’s just so intertwined with everything that we do.”

Anderson responded to The North Face via LinkedIn, penning a 4-page letter about the oil and gas industry’s importance to modern life that went viral.

Anderson said, “Hydrocarbons are important not only to energy but to most the products we consume and utilize today,” listing some.

Innovex still got the jackets but elsewhere.

North Face hasn’t responded to CBS7 but on their site, The North Face says by 2030, all their clothes and equipment will be “responsibly sourced.”

Oil and gas are very respectable and we are indebted to them, so is The North Face.


The hypocrites use hydrocarbons in about 90% of their products. That led to the CEO of an oil and gas company — Liberty — to put out a thank you to The North Face for their support of their industry.

The North Face still won’t get it or react normally. They are ideologues and ideology is very dangerous. They will virtue signal and then turn around and use the very products they disdain — but you can’t.

The fossil fuel industry is fighting back!


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