Following a teaser (and some leaked images) just a few days ago, Vans has officially lifted the veil on its upcoming collab with Pixar's Toy Story franchise. Consisting of footwear and accessories, the duo reworked a number of the California brand's most iconic silhouettes for a nostalgic collection that's sure to hit many of us from a certain generation right in the feels.

Woody acts as the source of inspiration for a trio of footwear options, including the Sk8-Hi Reissue PT, the Old Skool and an Authentic. Each pair cleverly uses some of the character's most recognizable features, such as leather and denim. Buzz Lightyear, meanwhile, features across a Sk8-Hi Reissue and Old Skool.

Even minor characters, who are just as beloved, get their chance to shine across backpacks, caps, and a few more sneaker options. The collection is rounded off with some of Andy's favorite toys appearing on Slip-Ons for kids and toddlers.

Take a look at part of the collection above (we're currently awaiting further images) and look for the collab to release on November 29 at Vans retail stores across Europe and online at

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