Vans Old Skool for Sale
OG Supreme affiliate, Fucking Awesome head, and long-time Vans Old Skool Womens collaborator Jason Dill has joined forces with the California-based brand once again to assist with the launch of their new Era Pro line. Consisting of the Sk8-Hi Pro, Old Skool Pro, and Slip-On Pro, the line modernizes the classic silhouettes by adding UltraCush HD midsoles, Pro Vulc construction and Duracap rubber reinforcements for a reinforced last. All three sneakers come dressed in whimsical colorways of Vans’ classic check pattern, providing a blend of new-age skate technology and the classic look that Vans has become known and loved the world over for.
Three years ago, Vans Old Skool Mens and size? teamed up to exclusively release a tonal suede pack to its consumers – continuing the successful partnership between the two. Now, they are back with a colorful Old Skool collaboration that utilizes a patchwork aesthetic paying homage to excess off-cuts found on the floor of factories. It takes the extra panels from regular shoes that have been spliced and forgotten about and combines them into one brand new whimsical design. Choosing the Vans Old Skool Outlet Store as this design concept’s vessel will likely increase this size? exclusive sneaker’s popularity as that particular silhouette continues to rise up the ranks in streetwear culture.
Vans and London-based brand Lazy Oaf have come together to offer an expansive, whimsical women’s-only collection. The collection features four shoes: an Authentic, an Old Skool Platform, a Slip-On and a Style 29, as well as a matching collection of apparel with tees, hats, hoodies, and more. The Authentic features a white canvas upper with an all-over flower print and black midsole. The Vans Old Skool Discount offers an early 00’s aesthetic with a black/pink colorway adorned with checkerboard laces, hearts on the midsole, and “Bad For You” embroidery.
Concepts and Vans are continuing their long-standing collaborative relationship with a Vans Old Skool for Sale inspired by the culture surrounding Times Square in the 1970s. Entitled the “Forty Deuce” (slang for NYC’s 42nd Street), the sneaker features a bleached black denim and cracked black leather upper with a debossed Concepts logo on the heel pad and waxed black laces. A black midsole and classic black Vans outsole round off the shoe’s throwback aesthetic.
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