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Vans - Off The Wall

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Vans Gilbert Crockett Pro Skate Shoes - Black/Black
Vans Gilbert Crockett Pro Skate Shoes - Whisper White
Vans Chima Ferguson Pro Skate Shoes - Black/Black
Vans x Disney Tank - Black
Vans x Disney Donald SS Shirt - Blue
Vans Classic T-Shirt - Burgundy/Frost Grey
Vans Rowley Solos Pro Skate Shoes - Biking Red
Vans Rowley Solos Pro Skate Shoes - Black/White
Vans Rowley Solos Pro Skate Shoes - Dress Blue
Vans x Disney Old Skool II Backpack - Mickey Mouse
Vans x Disney Mickey & Friends Crew Socks - Mickey & Friends
Vans x Disney Mickey Mouse Crew Socks - Mickey Mouse
Vans x Disney Donald Duck Crew Socks - Donald Duck
Vans x Disney Authentic Skate Shoes - Donald Duck/Navy
Vans x Disney Classic Slip On Skate Shoes - Mickey Mouse/Frost Gray
Vans x Disney Classic Slip On Skate Shoes - Minnie Mouse/Classic White
Vans x Disney Mickey Mouse Snapback Cap - Grey
Vans x Disney Classic Patch Trucker Plus Cap - Mickey & Friends
Vans x Disney Donald Duck Reversible Bucket Hat - Donald Duck
Vans Suffolk Wallet - Brown
Vans Coolidge Belt - Khaki

Vans Coolidge Belt - Khaki

£24.99 £19.99
Vans Coolidge Belt - Army

Vans Coolidge Belt - Army

£24.99 £19.99
Vans Palm Wallet - Black
Vans Suffolk Wallet - Wine
Vans V46 Taper Denim Jeans - Indigo Light

Vans first shoe was the Vans #44, now a classic known as the Vans Authentic and was sold directly from their factory. In 1975 Vans upped their game by working with skate legends Tony Alva and Stacy Peralta to create the Vans #95, a shoe that with its wide choice of colours became the first choice for a generation of skateboarders. This shoe, now known as the Vans Era still continues to inspire, through its history, the skate culture of today.

Vans are famous for their collabs and often work with other brands to release a premium and limited selection of low, mid and hi-top footwear that reflect on the history of skating. Recent collabs can be seen with such companies as Spitfire, Skateboarder Magazine, Rebel8 and Independent Trucks. Vans have also spread their wings from just making shoes and now have a large range of clothing and accessories from t-shirts and shirts to bags and hats and now even iPhone cases, all embellished with classic Vans logos. So go get ‘Off the Wall’ and grab yourself a piece of skate heritage.