Rumors surrounding a potential Vans x Toy Story collection have been brewing online for a while, and today the skateboard giants confirmed the collaboration via social media channels.

Although additional information on the tie-up is currently thin on the ground, a mailing list which promises future updates can now be accessed here. The brief teaser also confirms the existence of a Vans gumsole with "ANDY" written on it — a nod to the Pixar film's protagonist, Woody.

The news comes after a flurry of activity on Twitter concerning the release, with images appearing of Old Skool, Era and Sk8-Hi Slim silhouettes all made over with characters from the much-loved Pixar film:

Stay tuned to these pages for further information and official images from the Vans x Toy Story collection as we have them. To tide you over in the meantime, check out our list of the 25 best animated kids movies.

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