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Launched in 1966 by Paul Van Doren, the Vans shoes were primarily for the beach. Californian brand will soon be adopted by skateboarders (1976) which will make it one of their legendary trend. It was at this time, and on the advice of boarders Tony Alva and Stacy Peralta, the legendary Vans launches Vans Era. It is then sold in two colors: red and blue. For slip on, it was not until 1979 … Today Vans has over 60 references of sneakers and even if they remained inspired by the skate culture, she does not wear shoes with less … Even in the evening!

FDMTL x Vans Era & Slip-On – Preview

Tokyo-based Denim label FDMTL teamed up with Vans on a special rendition of the Era and the Slip-on set to release for Spring 2016. Giving attention to details, the capsule collection highlights the the Japanase brand savoir-faire, with a subtle…

Vans Era Perforated Leather “True White”

The ‘Triple white’ or ‘full white’ combo is a big trend this year, while brands like Nike and Adidas are using it on a plethora of models, Vans is taking it over and adds perforated leather to the winning formula….

Vans 2015 Old Skool Zip “Premium Leather” Collection

Vans introduces it’s latest ZIP version of the classic Old Skool with a “Premium Leather” pack. Declined in Black, Red and White, the pair boasts a full leather upper enhanced by a medial zip and a contrasting Vans logo, all…

A Closer Look At The Vault By Vans x Takashi Murakami Collection

After a sneak peek a few days ago, today we discover a closer look at the Vault By Vans x Takashi Murakami Collection. Including a serie of Classic Slip-Ons, graphic Tees, Skateboard decks, the collection design utilizes Murakami’s famous signatures,…

Takashi Murakami x Vault by Vans

Vans has teamed up with Takashi Murakami on a very special capsule collection. The contemporary artist has translated his universe inspired by the Japanese Art and Pop Culture, into a serie of Classic Slip-Ons, graphic Tees, Skateboard decks. The designs…