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Vans Adds Another All-Over Graphic To A Duo Of Slip-Ons

Vans’ Slip-On silhouette is about as a versatile of a sneaker – color blocking and pattern wise – as we have on the market today. Time and time again – whether it be in-line drops or by collaboration – we see the model re-worked to bear eccentric head-turning designs meant to attract fans from all walks of life. Its next duo keeps things relatively simple by ushering in an all-over red “Vans” logo graphic atop either a cream or a black base depending …

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Vans And Antihero Celebrate Four Skate Icons With New Capsule Collection

Vans and Antihero have a lot in common. They’re both well-respected, fiercely independent, California-based brands with a storied history. However, they share more than just a mindset and mutual respect — they also sponsor four of the same skaters, as John Cardiel, Chris Pfanner, Jeff Grosso, and Tony Trujillo all have endorsement deals with both companies. Now, that quartet of professional shredders is serving as the centerpiece of the two’s newest capsule collection of shoes a…

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Vans Adds Yellow Corduroy To The Sk8-Hi And Era

Despite headlining with many a wild recreation, the Anaheim-based footwear company is now ushering in what may be the calm before the storm: a classic make up to both the Sk8 Hi and Era Pro. In forgoing the usual deconstructive aesthetic, Vans has inadvertently presented a breath of fresh air, adorning the coveted corduroy materials to the profile’s of its two iconic shoes’ construction. The high-top comes in a mostly contemporary kit with its forefoot and overlays dressed in a su…

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Music Collective Yeti Out Reveals A Purple-Dyed Vans Authentic Collaboration

Yeti Out, a Hong Kong based music collective turned streetwear imprint, is set to make their first collaborative footwear debut with Vans, offering up an Authentic silhouette in quite a vandalized state. Celebrating their DIY roots and misanthropic attitudes, the team have taken what appears to be a contemporary white model and spray painted it for a kit haphazard in execution yet entirely adherent to desired aesthetics. Tongues and heel counters get the full brute force of the aerosol can, a…

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London’s Ashley Williams Teams With Vans On Four Icon Models

Taking to four iconic Vans models with youthful expression, London-based designer Ashley Williams is pushing playful motifs and bold prints with each individual iteration standing in contrast to the next. The Authentic, Era, Slip-On, and Style 93 tell a story of modified toolings as the overall design becomes more aggressive from start to end. Taking off with a piece more contemporary and arguably simple, the original classic arrives in a standard black accented by metallic rings across the h…

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Vans Continues Their ComfyCush LX Project With The Darkside Initiative

As part of their ComfyCush push in 2019, Vans is teaming up with their collaborative partners the world over for new takes on the tech — and the latest associate to lend their signature stylings is The Darkside Initiative. The San Francisco-based retailer has opted to take on both the Vans Sk8 Hi and Vans Old Skool, and although the black and orange palette may make it look as if the shoes are inspired by the San Francisco Giants, the kicks are actually inspired by another team: the Philade…

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Vans Honors Led Zeppelin’s 50th Anniversary With Limited-Edition Capsule

After its recent release of a premium line of woven checkerboard slip-ons, Vans has unveiled its latest collaboration with storied rock n’ roll band Led Zeppelin. The California-based brand is set to drop a limited-edition capsule collection this month, which will pay homage to the English group’s 50t…

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This Vans 36 OG Pack Of Neons And Removable Logos Is Dropping In The New Year

One of Vans’ most seldom-utilized skate-ready silhouettes is the Style 36. Bearing a striking resemblance to that of the culture-shifting Old Skool – the 36’s unofficial sequel – it has a slightly smaller toebox and height, and is ready to be rolled out in three striking color schemes for the New Year. Dressed in vibrant and head-turning colorways, these three 36 OGs sport removable logos to allow the wearer some control over how he or she wants their sneaker to look. …

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