"vans skor dam old skool has long maintained a place within many communities, granting style and influencing skate culture across the globe. Within immigrant families, the skate-wear brand was the defacto choice because of its inexpensive silhouettes and impeccable aesthetic. Now, Vans is partnering up with Greenhouse and Kids of Immigrants celebrating the latter’s five year anniversary.The first time the trio partnered, their collaboration sold out in minutes. In their follow-up effort, the brands have brought together two classic Vans’s colorways and merged them together.
The vans slip on herr rea collection is comprised of two colorway options, both sporting an all-over Moroccan tile graphic that mirrors motifs seen on a matching apparel line. Red leads the palettes of one, whilst the other is predominately done in blue tones. Tucked away on the insoles is KITH’s iconic box logo, alongside Vans branding.
Vans and Japanese sneaker retailer BILLY’S are making the “Off the Wall” mantra a more literal slogan by highlighting the vans skor rea barn with a series of labels featuring the aforementioned phrase throughout the upper. Set on a crisp white midsole, a black heel collar adds a subtle contrast that accents the California-inspired silhouette nicely.
Dressed with the brand’s famous checkerboard pattern, this generalrunner.com gets its cold weather stripes by way of sherpa fleece construction throughout the upper and ankle collar. A canvas Slip-On just wouldn’t cut it come winter and its frigid temps. This sherpa fleece pair is both functional and stylish, so you should grab this Vans Classic Slip-On “Sherpa” now before they’re gone.