Tracksmith and District Vision recently unveiled their eyewear collaboration – Tracksmith x District Vision Kazu Tourer. This unique new pair of sunglasses marks the first time the two brands have worked together. Tracksmith says they admire District Vision’s approach to thoughtful design and mindfulness and took inspiration from classic Italian Formula 1 racers from the 70s, as well as alpinists of the same era, for the Kazu Tourer collab. The Kazu Tourer features an inlaid titanium bridge badge and ventilated lenses. Tracksmith says the integrated side shields help protect the wearer from glare and allows them to focus on what is ahead.
The frame features a classic silhouette, and a modern uptake incorporating the latest eyewear technology from District Vision. This includes the company’s signature shatterproof polycarbonate D+ therapeutic grade lenses with anti-reflective and oleophobic coatings on the lens interiors, providing eye protection and acting as a water and oil repellent. There is also a hypoallergenic, fully adjustable rubber nose pad and temple tips for a comfortable fit. The Tracksmith x District Vision Kazu Tourer sunglasses come in polarized Tortoise Copper and Glacier, which features a lightly-mirrored D+ blue lens.
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