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When Vans was founded back in 1966, it would offer custom sneakers to anyone who came with a color request or brought their own material - because its factory was right next to its retail store. As Vans grew and changed in the ’70s and ’80s, it started offering other special embellishments on its footwear like custom sidewall print. Now, in 2021 that custom sidewall option is being acknowledged with a brand new turtle-printed iteration of the Old Skool. Sporty seafoam green hues coat the canvas and suede upper - the former material is used on the quarter panels and collar, the latter on the toebox, eyestays and heel - with white contrast sewing, Jazz Stripes, vans discount uk sale laces and collars adding airy flair to the mix.

Given that the Vehicles Old Skool is such a clean-cut silhouette by nature, there are plenty of room for it to be reimagined with different colorways or constructions. To ring in Spring with fresh energy, Vans has introduced the Old Skool Tapered - a model that’s been manufactured with a reductive mentality due to the associated with the padding that traditionally fits around the mouth. Essentially a reconstruction of the original Old Skool, this newest design features all-canvas vans womens uk online base layers. There are two color designs involved in this launch, one being the “Marshmallow/Spectrum Blue” option while the other sports a “Mineral Grey/Spectrum Blue” theme.

Compelling collaborations from Vans are popping up left and right throughout this first semester of 2021. Following up the 50th anniversary project with Bodega and the tennis-inspired collection with Penn, the Anaheim-based skateboarding brand has now recruited SE Bikes for a footwear and apparel collection that pays respect to bike life culture. vans mens cheap sale For this initiative, the two entities utilize three offerings of the Vans Style 36 - the 1978 forefather of today’s classic Old Skool - and replete it with heavy BMX-influenced energy. Jazz stripes and inside backgrounds of each pair bear checkerboard patterns, and the tongues are adorned with retro looking patches of trademarks from the duo of brands.

Tokyo-based clothing and record label Wacko Maria has teamed up with Vault by Vans to release a new collaborative collection for the spring. Inspired by a shared love of music and collector culture between the brands, the Container by Vans x Wacko Maria collaboration features two colorful variations of the iconic OG Authentic LX Vehicles sneaker. The collection will be released in two special product drops this season. The first drop of the Wacko Maria x Container by Vans collaboration will release later this month and have a unique twist on Vans’ first footwear silhouette, the Authentic. The sneaker features a repeating vinyl record pattern that incorporates Vans’ iconic vans sneakers sale Checkerboard print on the lateral and medial. The graphic vinyl images may also remind fans of digging for records at Wacko Maria’s “Paradise Tokyo” flagship store.