Summer is coming and Vans LXVI is bringing their snakes out to do some sunning. The Vans LXVI “Python” Pack features seven different makeups on the Prime, Segment, Locus, Parameter and Iso, each sporting unique textural details that are influenced by a snakeskin aesthetic. Scattering the reptilian print in different locations across each of the models, the scales are utilized in different levels and effects throughout the collection. All of the silhouettes use neutral-colored bases, accented with pops of color to go along with the snakeskin. The LXVI division at Vans is known for pushing the limits and producing unique, this “Python” Pack falls directly in that category and are available now at Vans.
On March 16th, 1966, at street 704E Broadway, in Anaheim, California, Paul Van Doren and three partners opened up their first ever store and the Vans dream was born. The Van Doren Rubber Company was unique in that it manufactures shoes and sells them directly to the public. On that first morning, 12 customers purchase shoes which are made that day and ready for pick-up in the afternoon. The Vans #44 deck shoes, which is now known as the Authentic were born.
Ever since Vans has continued to forge innovative collaborations through the Vault by BVans line with Vans sneaker combinations with design giant Marc Jacobs and OC up-and-comers Trovata flying off the shelves.
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Minimalism is the move with the upcoming Vans CA “Clean White” Pack. While everything in footwear seems to be turning more complex and innovative, this size? UK exclusive set returns to the drawing board with a pair of simplistic silhouettes. Instead of worrying about advanced technology or new materials, this collaborative project focuses on quality construction and materials. Utilizing two of the brand’s most classic molds, the Vans Era and Sk8 Mid, this pack dresses both elements with pure white leather uppers and subtle tan suede accents. Mutually branded in low-key fashion, the “Clean White” Vans Pack will release on April 25th, only at size?. Tell us your thoughts on this collab in the feedback box, and jump to size? for all of the details on the drop.
Striped and straightforward, one of Vans’ premier models is lined up twice to create the Vans Sk8-Hi LX “Stripes” Pack. The duo features two different style codes of the Sk8-Hi LX, the premium rendition of the iconic silhouette. Canvas sidewalls are fused with suede eyestays and toe boxes, finished off with a quality leather Vans swoops. Contrasting colorways offer both sides of the spectrum, with a simplistic red and white “Formula One” SKU to go with a blue and black “Blue Turquoise” makeup. Straighten up with either member today for $70 at shopnicekicks.
Diemme is set for another phase of collabs with Vans Vault, and the Era LX is next up to get the Montebelluna treatment. Italian leather makes a return, this time on the the low-top kick, which is seen in tandem with a yellow suede counterpart. A white vulcanized midsole remains a constant on both sneakers, as “Made in Italy” branding rightfully takes its place on the insole. Check out Diemme’s latest showing on the Era LX in the photos below, and seize the opportunity to score a pair for yourself now by hitting up Bows & Arrows where they’ll set you back $300 each.
Leave it to ABC Mart to take the Vans Slip On back to basics, presenting the “Kobe” duo pack. A vintage vantage point is taken, as off-white vulcanized midsoles underline both kicks and subdued tones tackle the canvas uppers. Color blocking sticks to tradition on this pack, doing right by the simplistic, laceless kick. These Slip Ons are sure to land at ABC Mart in the near future, so until then, let us know what you think about them in the comments.