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Sneakers Jun 4, 2011

Fred Perry Authentic Footwear – Woven Stripe

For Spring/Summer 2011, Fred Perry has reworked two styles from its Authentic footwear line to create a ‘Woven Stripe’ story for the warmer months ahead. The Foxx lace-ups and Byron mid-height boot both use a preppy striped, woven… Read more
Sneakers Jun 2, 2010

Vans Authentic Hemp Pack Fall 2010

Vans keeps doing it right. For Fall 2010 they’ve got a four pair set of hemp Authentics, each with a well-contrasted midsole. Take your pick of black, olive, blue, or grey. More looks after the jump. Read more
Sneakers Jan 23, 2010

MacBar x Vans Authentic

Trendy New York City mac-and-cheese joint MacBar teamed with Vans to outfit their staff in mac-and-cheese yellow, raincoat-vinyl Authentics. Our friends at Kempt feel that “a low-top galosh sneaker is pretty much perfect for casual… Read more
Sneakers Jan 2, 2010

Vans Spring 2010 Classics

Some first sneakers from the Vans Spring 2010 Classics range have already been released. The drop includes the Sk8 Hi, the Chukka, Chukka Low and the Authentic. All 4 sneakers come in a light grey colorway and are now available … Read more
Sneakers Dec 4, 2009

Deluxe x Vans Authentic

After recently dropping their Vans Chukka collaboration, Japanese brand Deluxe presents yet another collaborative sneaker with the brand. This time they worked with Vans on the Authentic. It comes in a nice light grey colorway with blue… Read more
Sneakers Oct 12, 2009

Vans Fall/Winter 2009 Classics

Vans is one of the few brands where we are as excited about the classic goods as we are about the new and more innovative. For Fall/Winter 2009 we once again see our favorite silhouettes of the brand reworked in … Read more
Sneakers Oct 4, 2009

Vans x Robert Crumb Authentic One Piece

Following up on the Vans x Robert Crumb pack that we presented the other day, we show you the third sneaker in the collaborative pack – an Authentic One Piece. It comes with a blue suede upper with tonal graphics … Read more
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