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Two of the Most Unique Brands in Running Just Collaborated on a Pair of Sunglasses


If we had to name the one brand working hardest to inject new creativity into running, we’d come up with a two-way tie between District Vision and Satisfy, and the two just joined forces on their first collab, a pair of running sunglasses called Keiichi.

District Vision is known for promoting its version of mindfulness through running (and more recently, other sports like rock climbing); it started with lightweight running sunglasses and has since put out socks, shirts, accessories and even a trail running shoe. Satisfy takes its unique approach to running through its line of apparel that’s part punk rock but as technical as you’ll find thanks to careful materials sourcing.

The Keiichi sunglasses aren’t entirely new — District Vision produced this model before — but the collaboration is unique in the line. The frame, which is titanium-injected nylon, has a recognizable tortoiseshell pattern. The shatterproof polycarbonate lens is anti-reflective and blocks UV light. They’re as technical as the notably unsexy category of performance sunglasses gets, but they harness style in the uniquely alluring manner that both brands have mastered individually.

Gear Patrol also recommends:
Adidas Pacyr Sunglasses ($99+)
Tracksmith The Charles Sunglasses ($225)
Nike Vaporwing Speed Tint ($370)
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