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Top 10 Vans Sneakers Of 2021
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Top 10 Vans Sneakers Of 2021 

  1. A$AP Rocky x Vans Slip On
A$AP Rocky x Vans Slip On

“Vans Slip-Ons are classics — was cool to put my own spin on a shoe that I’ve always loved. These fit with everything,” Rocky spoke of his rearmost design. PacSun’s chairman Brie Olson added “It’s truly inspiring watching Rocky use his fashion sense to put his own spin on a brand with so important heritage. As a longtime mate of PacSun to now guest cultural director, it has been a real pleasure banding to give our guests and his fans the occasion to buy his wares at PacSun.” 

Both styles arrive with a black base, which is varied with honey motifs. The toe is wrapped in white with a black pipeline that runs along with the midsoles, while the footwear brand’s logo appears on a red label on the laterals. The design is complete with fiery red and orange splashed onto the footbed. Vans’ hand Sidestripe is added to the sneaker replication, and the mule is rounded out with a rearward figure. 

  1. House of Horrors Vans SK8-Hi Era  
House of Horrors Vans SK8-Hi Era

Leading the charge is the brace of Vans Sk8-Hi. One comes dressed up with red and olive stripes throughout the upper in trouble to be portrayed Freddy Krueger from A Nightmare on Elm Street while the other is accoutred with bold unheroic plates from The Shining. One of the Slip-Ons has Jason’s mask from Friday the 13th on them as well as another brace that has imagery of the halves from The Shining. Stephen King’s iconic IT film gets brought to life with Penny Wise adorning another brace of Slip-Ons. Also, a Vans Old Skool replication gets treated with black and white scenes from 1973 The Exorcist film. Alongside the kicks will be colorful matching graphic tees, hoodies, long sleeves, socks, packs, and further. 

  1. Supreme x Vans Spring 2021
Supreme x Vans Spring 2021

The Spring 2021 collaboration is centered around Supreme’s take on the Vans Grind Grosso Mid and Skate Era. The Skate Grosso Mid’s decoration suede and oil introduce the white discrepancy pattern of the collaboration and is finished with a leather filling and vulcanized sole. The bold print covers the wholeness of the full oil upper of the accompanying Skate Era which also comes complete with a leather filling and vulcanized sole. Made simply for Supreme, both footwear styles will be offered in “Black,” “Red” and “Navy” colorways. 

  1. JJJJound Vans SK8-Mid
JJJJound Vans SK8-Mid

The three colorways celebrate JJJJound’s utilitarian aesthetic, with the figure arriving in green, black, and brown. For the green and brown colorways, two different tones produce a tonal design, differing from the snap appearance of the black colorway. The marker has also constructed each sneaker from a suede upper, which sits atop a white rubber blin sole.

  1. JSP x Vans Vault Chukka “Love Park” 
JSP x Vans Vault Chukka "Love Park"

This Chukka features flattery-soft suede uppers atop a white and red checkerboard midsole. These midsoles are equipped with blue “JSP,” “215” (the Philadelphia area law), and “LOVE” hits, each done up in original hand style by Philadelphia road artist Joe Lees. Further blue detailing is present on the outslicking stripe, and semi-translucent toe fenders/ blin soles add a little bit of cool faculty to the look. 

Inside the shoe, Vans’checkerboard-patterned Ultracush insoles serve over grind-ready impact protection to round off the look. As the “Roses Overgrown in Granite” is indeed a family affair — one that aims to show the bonds participated by the Philly skaters who came up in fabulous grind spot Love Park and its girding thoroughfares — the lookbook features Gorecki’s wife and daughter as well. 

  1. Coutié x Vans Old Skool “Shadow and Sun” 
Coutié x Vans Old Skool " Shadow and Sun"

What makes Coutié’s product so unique is its capability to deliver such an important communication through a simple, frills-free design. The Old Skool “Shadow and Sun” communicates its testament with a cream upper made of oil and suede, struck through with a bold orange Jazz Stripe. Black Farsi textbook that translates to “Shadow and Sun” appears on the side midfoot, directly above an English language textbook visual. Each shoe also features a yin and yang of Farsi moon and sun hits on its heel and toebox — the left shoe puts the moon upfront and the sun on the heel while the right shoe does the inverse. 

Further detail is handled by a small “Coutié” hit directly below each shoe’s throat. Black laces and a black foxing stripe bring the compelling discrepancy to the light upper, while eggshell midsoles with a classic red Vans heel emblem and blin outsoles round off the look. 

  1. Andrew Reynolds Vans Half Cab Sk8-Hi Old Skool
Andrew Reynolds Vans Half Cab Sk8-Hi Old Skool

Designed for skaters of all skill situations, each take comes prepared in a design with a new last that in turn results in a better fit. Lingo strips and moldered heel counters keep your feet locked in for superior control and the DURACAP underlays add inflexibility in areas that are most demanded. The two corridors to the foxing on Reynolds’ triad of a capsule which includes the Sick Stick — a new dope rubber emulsion — as well as a heftier knurl texture on the front, both of which make the kicks more durable. 

The Skate Old Skool is bepainted with a cortege suede upper and comes cooked with denim-esque exposed stitching and a golden brown leather Sidestripe. The Skate Half Cab 92s are generally presented with a golden brown suede upper and point notes of black atop the collar patches and interior filling. Incipiently, the Sk8-Hi immolation is supplied with golden brown diggings, cortege suede overlays, and white stitching that provides some redundant discrepancy. 

  1. Frog Skateboards x Vans Old Skool
Frog Skateboards x Vans Old Skool

The Old Skool presents a no-frills each-black oil and suede base with white discrepancy stitching, but this simple bottom subcaste is simply meant to serve as a background for the design’s hand embellishment a series of pink, unheroic, blue, and green silicone charms — frogs, stars, moons, hearts and further — that runs across the length of the Jazz stripe. On the other end of the scale, the collection’s Slip-On uses a multi-colored pattern with everything from coffee mugs to peace signs and “grind-boar-ds” spell-out plates. This fun-loving assemblage sits above a dateless green foxing stripe, and a black midsole rounds off the look. 

  1. NEIGHBORHOOD x Vans Era x Suicoke
NEIGHBORHOOD x Vans Era x Suicoke

The Suicoke take a slightly more overt tactfulness, publishing a KISEE-suchlike figure with a dark paisley print. Black strips encircle and lock in the wearer’s bottom and heel, while a white NBHD patch joins the Suicoke branding atop the forefoot to emphasize the figure’s cooperative nature. 

  1. Vault By Vans SK8-Hi Reissue “Dream Leather”
Vault By Vans SK8-Hi Reissue "Dream Leather”

The “Dream Leather” is made for life wear rather of violent grind sessions — so it uses an ultra-supple full-grain black leather on its top half. Indeed the discrepancy stitching is kept tonal, with the only diversion from the monochromic look handed by white Jazz stripes that snake across the side and medium quarter panels. Lingo coats of arms are done up in leather as well and boast a debossed Vault totem. Down below, white midsoles feature a tonal rubber stamp on the heel and white blin outsoles complete the look, rounding off the most ultraexpensive Sk8-Hi this side of Vault By Vans’past Horween and Diemme collaborations. 

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