Featured are high and low cut molds of trek-friendly sneakers that have been equipped with modern Vibram technology — coming in purple and yellow, olive and monochromatic colorways. The low cut silhouettes sport a chunky build, embracing a mix of functional materials like mesh, suede and rubber. "White Mountaineering" branding is stamped at the upper heel counter, complemented by a series of arched leather panels at the sidewalls. Furthermore, the shoe comes with sleek nylon rope laces, a mesh toebox and a thick articulated midsole.
The silhouette's high top counterpart boasts a more open design, taking the form of high-ankle sandals embellished with a bevy of ripstop straps. Soft neoprene fabrics start at the ankles and follow through to the forefoot. Sleek ripstop straps make up the shoe's lacing system, held together by smooth leather eyelet panels. Other details like the open toe and heel, White Mountaineering's triangular logo at the heel counter and the toothy Vibram outsole round up the outdoor shoe.
White Mountaineering's new Spring/Summer 2020 footwear are currently available on zozotown's website for $307 – $368 USD.
In case you missed it, here's a look at White Mountaineering's Fall/Winter 2020 collection.