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#1 29-11-2019 01:52:29

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Vans SK8-HI 38 DX (Anaheim Factory) Summer Leaf

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Vans Shoes Black Friday will be celebrating 25 year of the Warped Tour with a special edition rendition of the Sk8-Hi skate shoe. This Vans Sk8-Hi comes with historic poster art covering majority of the shoe crafted in a mix of sturdy canvas and suede on its upper. Other details includes re-enforced toe caps, padded collars atop a rubber waffle outsole.


The Vans Shoes Black Friday Sale model receives a topsy-turvy makeover, highlighting exposed materials and nonuniform crafting methods as its main design point. Much like its predecessors, the newest revamp comes with a side zipper dividing the black canvas base and extended suede lavender heel wrap for organized chaos. Additional contrasting hues can be found on the identical azalea pink Jazz stripe and zipper pull, red tongue strips, a green and black checkerboard patch on the midsole and the mismatched white and lavender eyestays.


Vans Shoes Cyber Monday has been used to overlay the canvas upper for structure and support on the heel and the eyestay, while a contrasting white Jazz Stripe run between the two on the mid-panels. The Sk8-Hi’s signature white and rubber gum vulcanized sole unit contrasts the commemorative pair’s bright upper, while a smattering of “Off The Wall” branding seen on the tongue and license plate round off the shoe’s historic aesthetic.


The story is in the details as the Vans SK8-HI 38 DX (Anaheim Factory) Summer Leaf cooked up a new footwear collection using two iconic Vans silhouettes in the Sk8-Hi and Old Skool. Both pairs take on the standard materials of black suede and canvas uppers with white side stripes, but are boldly contrasted with Baker Skateboarding logos on the side panels and their ironic slogan “Giving Skateboarding a Bad Name Since 2000” stamped across the midsoles.


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