Vans Classic Slip On

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Classic Slip On (Embossed Sting)
Classic Slip On (Embossed Sting)
Classic Slip On (Embossed Sting)
Classic Slip On (Embossed Sting)
Classic Slip On (Embossed Sting)
Classic Slip On (Embossed Sting)
Classic Slip On (Embossed Sting)
Classic Slip On (Embossed Sting)
Classic Slip On (Embossed Sting)
Classic Slip On (Embossed Sting)
Classic Slip On (Embossed Sting)
Classic Slip On (Embossed Sting)
Classic Slip On (Embossed Sting)
Classic Slip On (Embossed Sting)
Classic Slip On (Embossed Sting)
Classic Slip On (Embossed Sting)
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£77.50 £38.80
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Description

Canvas tennis shoe with elasticated gores along each side. The famous VANS checkerboard design shoe, given a new lease of life with these different shades and these print motifs. A must-have design because it is both timeless and comfortable, as well as excellent value for money.

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  • Inner sole Textile
  • Upper/Ankle Leather
  • Lining Textile
  • Season Fall/Winter
  • Construction Welded
  • Removable inner sole No
  • Manufacture Vietnam
  • Ref. 8802
  • Product type Trainers
  • Width Standard
  • Outer sole Rubber
  • Colour Orange
  • Size reference 38

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  • Pros
    • Resistant to wear
    • Comfortable
    • Matches photo
    • Attractive design
    • Easy to put on and take off
  • Best used for
    • Going out
    • Daily wear

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Vans was created in 1966 by Paul Van Doren. The first brand store opened in Anaheim in California and it was in 1976 that skateboarders started taking an interest in the brand's shoes. Aware of what was happening, Vans listened to what they wanted and on 19 March 1976, the very first Era was launched in two colours, red and blue. The shoe was created by two professional skateboarders, Tony Alva and Stacy Peralta. The Slip On was introduced in 1979 in California. Today the Vans collection includes over 60 different styles!

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