The collaborative pair is available with a white upper adorned with red, black and blue technically reinforced overlays, as well as a navy pair with yellow, red, black and white accents. District Vision adds its eye-themed emblem onto the tongue and text down the tongue and onto the toe box taping, while Salomon keeps it original with its branding overlaying the rear-quarter panel.
The hiking-approved sneaker is made from a technical blend of water-resistant weaved mesh and sits atop a grippy and durable Contagrip® MA sole unit. Rounding off the bright designs is a pair of tonal laces, printed insoles and a heel tab loop, as well as a reinforced rubber toe cap which flows into the District Vision x Salomon DV Mountain Raver’s sole unit. You pick up both pairs from retailers such as LN-CC for $250 USD.
For more collaborative Salomon silhouettes, take a look at its Satisfy-designed RA Max offering for SS19.