Brand: Supreme x Vans

Model: Half Cab and Old Skool

Release Date: November 25

Price: TBC

Buy: Supreme

Editor's Notes: Blink, and you'll miss 'em – just as quickly as they appeared online, the upcoming Fall/Winter 2021 Supreme x Vans collection fell back into obscurity. Not for long, of course. 

The now VF Corp buddies Supreme and Vans have been collaborating long before they became label mates (so to speak), becoming a staple of 'Preme's seasonal release calendar over the years. 

These have been a foundation of some of the brand's most memorable drops, including the unforgettable Power, Corruption & Lies drop from 2013. Most recently, the duo launched their Spring 2021 collaborative collection, spotlighting the Skate Grosso Mid and Skate Era with a bold monogram print in red, blue, and black. 

First appearing on Dover Street Market London's online platform, it looks like a Fall 2021 collection right around the corner. 

This time around, the Vans Half Cab and Old Skool take center stage. The Half Cab features a premium suede construction in black, off-white, blue, and red. Each colorway comes complete with white, contrasting stitching, alongside a black tongue, laces, sole, and lining. 

The Old Skool is less subtle than its counterpart, with three colorways mixing blue with grey, green with red, and pink with black. Each features white logo embroidery at the heel and contrast stitching throughout. Both silhouettes receive a tribal tattoo-like print wrapped around the midsole. 

You know the drill – Supreme x Vans FW21 will land in stores and online this Thursday, November 25. 

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