Vans Custom Culture Competition Keeps Brand Fresh From Coast to Coast

Cynthia Rowley promised “I will not skate in the house” on her pair of Vans slip-ons. Opening Ceremony’s Carol Lim and Humberto Leon customized their Vans with the phrase “Les Yeux Sans Visage.” Gavin Rossdale scrawled lyrics from his band Bush and Institute all over his.
Vans’ annual Custom Culture art competition has officially wrapped with the winning high schools announced Thursday following a public vote of designs generated by schools from around the country on the skate shoe brand’s classic slip-ons. Custom Culture also includes a separate ambassador program, soliciting custom designs from designers, celebrities, athletes, musicians and others.
“This program was made in twofold. One was because Vans wants to enable and inspire creative expression in everything that we do and it was also because we saw the lack of funding available in art programs in high schools,” said Megan Klempa, who heads up the Custom Culture program as its manager.
The competition, now in its ninth year, solicits designs from high schools with the winners receiving monetary prizes to go toward their art programs. This year’s grand prize winner was Hixson High School in Tennessee, which is the recipient of $ 75,000. The school was also treated to a Vans-hosted party

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Day 8 RECAP at The 2017 Vans US Open of Surfing

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The VANS US OPEN OF SURFING–the annual nine day event that brings together the world’s elite in surfing, skateboarding and BMX–day eight (Saturday, August 5) featured the Semifinals and Finals for the World Surf League (WSL) Pro Junior Men’s and Women’s with Hawaiians Cody Young and Brisa Hennessy crowned the winners in consistent three-to-four foot conditions in Huntington Beach. Today also saw the Men’s Qualifying Series (QS) 10,000 Round 5 (H1-8), leading up to tomorrow’s elite performances for the conclusion of the Women’s Championship Tour (CT) and Men’s QS10,000.

Hennessy (HAW) continues to be a threat on the international level with her first-ever Vans US Open of Surfing win in defining fashion. The 17-year-old South Shore, Oahu local showcased her talent to find her way into the Final, where she blasted an excellent 8.67 on her first opportunity. Hennessy battled with two-time event winner Caroline Marks (USA), last year’s CT event wildcard Meah Collins (USA) and current European Pro Junior Tour No. 1 Teresa Bonvalot (PRT). Ultimately, Hennessy backed up her excellent ride with a 6.33 to regain the lead from Bonvalot and secure her victory.

The action then shifted to the Men’s Pro Junior Final and fireworks awaited right off the first horn. Kade Matson (USA) got straight to work with a near-excellent 7.67 on his opening wave, but eventual winner Young (HAW) shadowed that ride with a brilliant 8.33 to open his account. Matson then earned the lead back with 5.90, but once again was overtaken by Young with a 7.13. Reef Heazlewood (AUS) made a late charge under the ten-minute mark, but fell short of the 8.63 requirement and earned an 8.10. Barbadian talent Che Allan’s (BRB) final few attempts yielded no success and Young emerged victorious.

Prior to the Women’s and Men’s Pro Juniors Finals this afternoon, the Vans US Open of Surfing QS10,000 completed their Round 5 head-to-head match-ups to determine the Quarterfinal draw for tomorrow’s finish. Hometown hero Kanoa Igarashi (USA) is back in to another finals day at his beloved Huntington Beach after a dominant performance over fellow CT competitor Stuart Kennedy (AUS). The 19-year-old’s local knowledge is nearly unmatched at this event and Igarashi continues to utilize it to advance through each heat.

Defending event winner Filipe Toledo (BRA) met his match in a relentless Davey Cathels (AUS) that witnessed the two exchange leads numerous times until the final buzzer. It was no easy task for Toledo against the fighting spirit of Cathels, whose power-surfing edged out the Brazilian’s air-game on a critical exchange that earned him a 7.00 over Toledo’s 6.87. The exchanges continued as the five-minute mark drew closer and Toledo’s 6.07 put him out front, but Cathels’ 6.00 earned the Australian another lead change. Toledo wasn’t done and found a critical forehand snap before two quick maneuvers on the inside to earn a massive victory.

Ricardo Christie (NZL) began the day with a big performance over 2015 event winner Hiroto Ohhara (JPN) as he looks to requalify for the Championship Tour (CT). The New Zealand representative is searching for his best result at QS10,000 since 2015, where he earned an equal third. But, Christie’s momentum may be something to help carry him against the in-form Igarashi in a rematch from Round 3 earlier this week. Michael February (ZAF) is on his way to another big QS10,000 finish with his Quarterfinal berth today. The current QS No. 4 has room to move with both QS ranked No. 3, Yago Dora (BRA), and No. 2, Willian Cardoso (BRA), out of the event. February’s explosive surfing continues to impress at Huntington Beach with his signature style – earning a huge win over Dusty Payne (HAW) with the round’s only excellent score of an 8.00.

Former CT competitor Patrick Gudauskas (USA) dispatched Italo Ferreira (BRA) on a buzzer-beater 6.70, needing a 4.90 heading into the dying minutes. But, Gudauskas’ fellow San Clemente surfer Griffin Colapinto (USA) was not as fortunate with Brazilian threat Tomas Hermes (BRA) taking a big win. Carlos Munoz (CRI) continues to keep his hopes of a major breakthrough alive here in Huntington after taking down CT competitor Jadson Andre (BRA). And seasoned veteran Josh Kerr (AUS) also moves on to the final day of the Vans US Open of Surfing QS for a chance at his first-ever win in Huntington.

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The Vans US Open of Surfing will wrap tomorrow with the Women’s CT and Men’s QS10,000 Finals Day. The Men will start the action at 7:30am PST with the Quarterfinals.

The action at the Vans Pro Park was at an all-time high as 20 of the world’s best park terrain skateboarders battled it out in the final global qualifier of the 2017 Vans Park Series Men’s Pro Tour. With an explosive performance in the finals, Tom Schaar surpasses the field, soaring through the Huntington Beach qualifier with massive heights and incredible speed to take the glory. Schaar celebrates his second podium win of the season after taking Australia back in March, and confirms his position as the number one skater in the 2017 VPS Challenger rankings. Schaar is joined by Ben Hatchell, 2nd, and CJ Collins, 3rd. With only seven coveted invites for the taking, today’s results have also decided the final Men’s lineup for the 2017 Vans Park Series World Championships in Shanghai, China on September 23. The top seven highest-ranking tour challengers to advance will join the VPS Select Pros and VPS Continental Champions for one final showdown to determine a new park terrain skateboarding World Champion. For complete results, tour highlights, and more, visit www.vansparkseries.com.

Men’s VPS Global Qualifier Huntington Beach Results, August 5
Tom Schaar
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CJ Collins

Men’s Vans Park Series Pro Tour Global Challenger Rankings
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Murilo Peres
Willy Lara
Tristan Rennie
CJ Collins
Roman Pabich

Held at the iconic Huntington Beach Pier from July 29-August 6, the Vans US Open of Surfing has evolved into one of the largest action sports festivals in the world encompassing competitions that features leading athletes from the world’s of surfing, skateboarding and BMX. The annual event is free to the public and includes activities for attendees of all ages.

For competitors list visit http://www.worldsurfleague.com

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Californians Sage Erickson and Kanoa Igarashi Claim Victory at Vans US Open of Surfing

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HUNTINGTON BEACH, California/ USA (Sunday, August 6, 2017) – Sage Erickson (USA) and Kanoa Igarashi (USA) claimed victory today at the Vans US Open of Surfing in two-to-four foot (0.5 – 1 metre) waves on the southside of the Huntington Beach Pier. A capacity crowd witnessed Erickson clinch the win at Stop No. 6 of 10 on the World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT) and Igarashi take out the Men’s Qualifying Series (QS) 10,000 event.

Erickson claimed her first Championship Tour victory today after defeating 2016 event winner Tatiana Weston-Webb (HAW) in an intense Final. The 26-year-old will now vault from 9th to 6th on the Jeep Leaderboard, just 1,450 points behind World No. 5 Johanne Defay (FRA). The 10,000-point gain significantly strengthens the Californian’s 2017 World Title campaign heading into the Swatch Women’s Pro, Stop No. 7 on the Women’s CT.

“I feel like I’ve been working really hard for a moment like this,” said Erickson. “Something felt really special about this event. I was really comfortable and just aiming high. I can’t believe I’m here. I’m not World Champ, it’s just the US Open, but it still feels like that so I’m going to celebrate it like I am. I can’t be more proud to be from a place like America — you can feel the energy and all the support from all the people on the beach. It’s just amazing to bring my first win home in California and to do it in a place like Huntington couldn’t be more of a surreal situation.”

In their fifth head-to-head match-up, today’s Final saw Erickson claim her second win over Weston-Webb to earn the event title. Weston-Webb held an early lead through to the halfway mark with multiple attempts in the beachbreak conditions. Erickson stayed patient, with only one wave ridden at the halfway mark, but maximized on a second opportunity to take the first position away from Weston-Webb. Determined for a second event win, Weston-Webb battled back to earn a 0.36-point lead with less than ten minutes to go. Under pressure, Erickson had the Huntington Beach crowd to their feet as she meet the 4.63 requirement with a 6.67 for the win.

“I had the best wave to start and I just blew it so hard,” continued Erickson. “I just told myself, ‘it’s okay, don’t worry.’ Then I bogged another wave and just thought that now I really have to get it together and luckily there were some waves out there. I got that last wave and I don’t know exactly what I got, but this feels like a dream. I’m in complete disbelief and can’t thank everyone enough.”

Sage Erickson's (USA) stunning performance in the Final resulted in her career-first CT win at the Vans US Open of Surfing.  Credit: © WSL / Morris
Sage Erickson’s (USA) stunning performance in the Final resulted in her career-first CT win at the Vans US Open of Surfing.
Credit: © WSL / Morris

Today’s runner-up result marks Weston-Webb’s second of 2017. The 26 year-old is heating up this season with back-to-back event Finals with her finish in Huntington and at the OK Fiji Women’s Pro. Weston-Webb will move up two spots to 8th on the Jeep Rankings, just one place higher than three-time WSL Champion Carissa Moore (HAW).

“Two Finals in a row, wow, I can’t thank God enough for putting me in this position and of course my support crew. Everyone here was second-to-none,” Weston-Webb said. “My surfboards have been amazing under my feet and my sponsors have just been incredible, and I love them all so much.”

En route to her maiden CT Finals appearance, Erickson took out 2017 World Title contenders Courtney Conlogue (USA), Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS) and Moore.

The second Semifinal saw a close battle between the California natives. Conlogue got an early lead with a 5.23, but Erickson came charging back with a 7.50 for control. Conlogue regained first position with a 6.23, but again, Erickson fired back with another big score to put the pressure on Conlogue. Needing a 7.11, the Huntington Beach local fell just 1.87 points short and was eliminated from the event.

Conlogue is off to a great start this year with two CT wins at Bells and Fiji. Conlogue’s third place result will move her up to 3rd place on the Jeep Leaderboard and one step closer to wearing the yellow Jeep Leader Jersey.

Weston-Webb dispatched Coco Ho (HAW) in the first Semifinal match-up. Ho will exit Huntington Beach with a 3rd place finish, her first Semifinal berth and best result this season. Ho will jump from 12th to 11th on the Jeep Leaderboard.

Alongside Erickson’s stunning CT victory, Igarashi saved his best performance for last and opened up with an incredible, near-perfect, 9.63 in the Final — the highest single-scoring wave of the men’s event. The local hero bashed three major backhand attacks and finished on the shorebreak in front of his hometown crowd to the eruption of applause. Igarashi then took that momentum into his next wave with two more critical backhand snaps that earned him a 5.60 and put an in-form Tomas Hermes (BRA) in a combination situation — something Hermes was unable to come back from after Igarashi closed the door in the dying minutes with a 7.60.

The 19-year-old was beside himself as his friends and family rushed in the water to the crowd’s deafening applause for his first-ever Vans US Open of Surfing QS 10,000 win.

“This is crazy, just getting two Semifinal results here hurt so much, but it finally came,” Igarashi said. “I felt like this was going to be my year. A lot of people kept telling me it was and I just believed in it and it came true. This place means the world to me. I learned how to surf here. It’s just so special to be here with my friends and family. This contest means so much to me, it was the first place I ever watched pro surfing. Just sitting on the beach watching guys like Kalani Robb battle it out was incredible. I’ve just wanted to be around these guys and to win the US Open with this crowd here — it’s a day I’ll never forget.”

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Kanoa Igarashi (USA) earned the Vans US Open of Surfing QS win in his hometown of Huntington Beach, California.
Credit: © WSL / Morris

Hermes’ incredible run at the Vans US Open of Surfing finished with 8,000 vital points and propelled him to QS No. 4 in hopes of CT qualification. Hermes now has a renewed vigor heading into the rest of the season after eliminating crowd favorites Patrick Gudauskas (USA) and Carlos Munoz (CRI) en route to his Final appearance. The result marks the 30-year-old Brazilian’s best finish since 2013, where he earned a victory in Portugal, but unfortunately the win was not to be replicated with the insatiable form of Igarashi.

“Last year was a really tough year for me after my foot injury, but I’m feeling so good right now,” Hermes said. “To be here with the amazing crowd and these people, along with my family and Vans down here supporting me every single day, I’m just so stoked. I’ve haven’t been knocking on the door for two years now and I’m feeling better than ever. I’m ready for the tour, I’m ready for my life, and I’m just ready for everything.”

A rematch from last year’s critical Semifinal unfolded between Igarashi and Filipe Toledo (BRA) in dramatic fashion. The opening exchange witnessed both surfers paddle for a wave, but Toledo cut across Igarashi and was given a non-priority interference as the wave was deemed a disrupted opportunity for Igarashi, who was closest to the peak. The interference did not stop Toledo from putting on a brilliant aerial display that made Igarashi fight for every score through. Ultimately, hometown hero Igarashi emerged victorious after earning a 6.85, in need of a 6.50, and held that lead until the final horn.

A year full of surprises continues at both the CT and QS levels with a big performance from Munoz, whose dream run ended in the Semifinals and catapults him into No. 19 on the QS heading into the back half of the year.

The next stop on the 2017 WSL Championship Tour will be the Billabong Pro Tahiti, which will see the world’s best male surfers resume this season’s title race from August 11 – 22, 2017.

Highlights from the Vans US Open of Surfing are available at WorldSurfLeague.com, the WSL app, and VansUSOpenofSurfing.com.

Vans US Open of Surfing Women’s CT Final Results:
1 – Sage Erickson (USA) 11.84
2 – Tatiana Weston-Webb (HAW) 9.80

Vans US Open of Surfing Women’s CT Semifinal Results:
SF 1: Tatiana Weston-Webb (HAW) 11.10 def. Coco Ho (HAW) 7.34
SF 2: Sage Erickson (USA) 13.33 def. Courtney Conlogue (USA) 11.46

2017 WSL Women’s Jeep Leaderboard (After Vans US Open of Surfing):

1 – Tyler Wright (AUS) 41,400 pts
2 – Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS) 39,900 pts
3 – Courtney Conlogue (USA) 38,300 pts
4 – Stephanie Gilmore (AUS) 34,750 pts
5 – Johanne Defay (FRA) 33,400 pts

Vans US Open of Surfing Men’s QS10,000 Final Results:

1 – Kanoa Igarashi (USA) 17.23
2 – Tomas Hermes (BRA) 11.10

Vans US Open of Surfing Men’s QS10,000 Semifinal Results:

SF 1: Kanoa Igarashi (USA) 12.26 def. Filipe Toledo (BRA) 11.92
SF 2: Tomas Hermes (BRA) 11.84 def. Carlos Munoz (CRI) 10.70

Vans US Open of Surfing Men’s QS10,000 Quarterfinal Results:
QF 1: Kanoa Igarashi (USA) 13.30 def. Ricardo Christie (NZL) 11.83.
QF 2: Filipe Toledo (BRA) 13.43 def. Josh Kerr (AUS) 12.10
QF 3: Carlos Munoz (CRI) 10.06 def. Michael February (ZAF) 5.17
QF 4: Tomas Hermes (BRA) 12.47 def. Patrick Gudauskas (USA) 12.40

2017 WSL Men’s Qualifying Series Rankings (After Vans US Open of Surfing):
1 – Jesse Mendes (BRA) 22,700 pts
2 – Michael February (ZAF) 14,750 pts
3 – Kanoa Igarashi (USA) 13,310 pts
4 – Tomas Hermes (BRA) 13,010 pts
5 – Griffin Colapinto (USA) 12,380 pts

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WSL Set To Kick Off East Coast Vans Pro QS3,000 And Pro Junior Event

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HUNTINGTON BEACH, California/ USA (Monday, August 21, 2017) – The World Surf League (WSL) begins its East Coast takeover tomorrow, beginning with the Vans Pro Men’s Qualifying Series (QS) 3,000 and Pro Junior that will run August 22 through 27. Some of the top QS contenders are in Virginia Beach, Virginia with 3,000 vital points on offer for those looking to make a leap toward Championship Tour (CT) qualification. This marks the seventh-straight year the 1st Street Jetty will host some of the Men’s QS elite which has crowned past winners such as Kolohe Andino (USA), Patrick Gudauskas (USA), and Kanoa Igarashi (USA).

Alongside the QS contingent, the Vans Pro Junior hosts some of North America’s next up-and-coming surfers as they compete against international talent for a chance at earning crucial points toward World Junior Championships qualification.

Evan Geiselman (USA) joined the exquisite list of QS winners after his victory last year — over hometown hero and former victor Michael Dunphy (USA). The New Smyrna Beach, Florida native continued a dream run year with a win here in 2016, after earning 6,000 points in Chiba, Japan earlier in the summer. Geiselman’s 2017 hasn’t quite yielded the results he’d like, aside from a win in Cocoa Beach. But, after claiming a Hurley Pro Trestles Trials win, he found more rhythm with a Round Five appearance at the Vans US Open of Surfing QS10,000 which moved him 18 spots to No. 44 on the QS.

“I’m really looking forward to Virginia Beach, especially being from the East Coast since it’s the biggest event on the coast and it’s always fun to compete here,” Geiselman said. “It was cool to win the trials for a spot into Lowers and make some heats at the US Open. I had a pretty slow start to this year, but feel like I’m starting to find some confidence for this back half of the season. So the plans like always — keep it light, fun and enjoy it and try to make as many heats as I can.”

Dunphy’s runner-up performance last year was his best since his victory in 2014 — a year that witnessed him contest for a CT qualification position heading into Hawaii. Born and raised in Virginia Beach, Dunphy now spends most of his time traveling or in New Smyrna Beach with family. But, the 27-year-old never forgets his roots and returns home for a shot at reclaiming his Vans Pro glory.

“Last year was a good run for me here and anytime you make a Final in an event I think you can walk away happy,” Dunphy said. “I felt my surfing was good and I was basically just one wave away from winning the event again. For me, Virginia Beach is just a special place even though I don’t spend much time here these days. It’s where I first learned to surf so all my early memories of surfing and competing come from 1st Street Jetty. When I won in 2014, with all my friends rushing me as I came in, that’s a day I will never forget. That event was the one that kickstarted my run of being close to qualifying. Hopefully I can find some momentum that same way this year, as I know I have only improved as a surfer since then.”

Stop No. 4 of the North America Pro Junior Tour has its own list of noteworthy winners such as 2016 North America Regional Champion Nolan Rapoza (USA) — who ended the Hawaiian reign. Both Seth and Josh Moniz (HAW), Kaito Kino (HAW), and Keanu Asing (HAW) all won in consecutive years beginning in 2012 after Nat Young (USA) earned a win at the inaugural Vans Pro Junior in 2011. It will be up to the likes of San Clemente, California’s newest upstart, Crosby Colapinto (USA), to secure another win away from the international field in appearance.

Colapinto’s second year on the Pro Junior Tour has yielded much more success than his debut year in 2016 with help of his older brother and current QS No. 5 Griffin Colapinto (USA). Now, he currently sits in a qualification spot toward the World Junior Championships with a chance to help solidify that position in Virginia Beach.

“I am very excited to see what is coming,” Colapinto said. “Being in a qualifying spot for Worlds is awesome because I think it will give me some confidence and momentum going into the last few contest. But, to keep this momentum up it will take a lot of hard work and training. I will also be running some fun heats with my brother [Griffin] and learn more heat strategies. A big change that I saw in my surfing on the competitive side is that I am more patient in the water and also I tend to not stress as much in heats. My brother and I like to go down to our local break ,T-Street and run heats to work on our strategy. Some goals that I would like to achieve would be to win a Pro Junior and make Worlds, and then be in a QS6,000 in about 2 years.”

The Vans Pro Men’s QS3,000 and Pro Junior will run August 22 through 27 in coordination with the historical East Coast Surfing Championships (ECSC) — the world’s second-longest running contest, now in its 55th year, behind Bells’ Beach.

For more information, please visit www.worldsurfleague.com or download the WSL App to receive updates on your mobile device.

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Vans Kids – Classic Slip-On (Little Kid/Big Kid) (True White) Kids Shoes

Vans Kids – Classic Slip-On (Little Kid/Big Kid) (True White) Kids Shoes


The Classic Vans Kids shoe they can just Slip-On!Durable canvas upper.Colors or prints for eye-catching detail.Easy slip-on construction.Elastic, side goring detail for best fit.Smooth textile lining for all-day wear.Vulcanized outsole.Vans signature waffle outsole.Imported. Measurements:Weight: 8 ozProduct measurements were taken using size 2 Little Kid, width M. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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Vans Women’s Ditsy Floral Brigata Slim Pewter 4.5 M US Men / 6 M US Women

Vans Women’s Ditsy Floral Brigata Slim Pewter 4.5 M US Men / 6 M US Women


The nautically inspired Ditsy Floral Brigata Slim has a durable four-eyelet canvas upper with an all-over ditsy floral print, classic boat shoe styling.upper: canvas low-cut silhouette elongated and double-stitched toe cap flexible vulcanized rubber outsole with waffle hexagon tread pattern EVA footbed
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Vans Kids – Classic Slip-On (Little Kid/Big Kid) (True White) Kids Shoes

Vans Kids – Classic Slip-On (Little Kid/Big Kid) (True White) Kids Shoes


The Classic Vans Kids shoe they can just Slip-On!Durable canvas upper.Colors or prints for eye-catching detail.Easy slip-on construction.Elastic, side goring detail for best fit.Smooth textile lining for all-day wear.Vulcanized outsole.Vans signature waffle outsole.Imported. Measurements:Weight: 8 ozProduct measurements were taken using size 2 Little Kid, width M. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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Vans Kids – Classic Slip-On (Little Kid/Big Kid) (True White) Kids Shoes

Vans Kids – Classic Slip-On (Little Kid/Big Kid) (True White) Kids Shoes


The Classic Vans Kids shoe they can just Slip-On!Durable canvas upper.Colors or prints for eye-catching detail.Easy slip-on construction.Elastic, side goring detail for best fit.Smooth textile lining for all-day wear.Vulcanized outsole.Vans signature waffle outsole.Imported. Measurements:Weight: 8 ozProduct measurements were taken using size 2 Little Kid, width M. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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Vans Kids – Classic Slip-On (Little Kid/Big Kid) (True White) Kids Shoes

Vans Kids – Classic Slip-On (Little Kid/Big Kid) (True White) Kids Shoes


The Classic Vans Kids shoe they can just Slip-On!Durable canvas upper.Colors or prints for eye-catching detail.Easy slip-on construction.Elastic, side goring detail for best fit.Smooth textile lining for all-day wear.Vulcanized outsole.Vans signature waffle outsole.Imported. Measurements:Weight: 8 ozProduct measurements were taken using size 2 Little Kid, width M. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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Vans Women’s Ditsy Floral Brigata Slim Pewter 6.5 M US Men / 8 M US Women

Vans Women’s Ditsy Floral Brigata Slim Pewter 6.5 M US Men / 8 M US Women


The nautically inspired Ditsy Floral Brigata Slim has a durable four-eyelet canvas upper with an all-over ditsy floral print, classic boat shoe styling.upper: canvas low-cut silhouette elongated and double-stitched toe cap flexible vulcanized rubber outsole with waffle hexagon tread pattern EVA footbed
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Vans Women’s Ditsy Floral Brigata Slim Pewter 7.5 M US Men / 9 M US Women

Vans Women’s Ditsy Floral Brigata Slim Pewter 7.5 M US Men / 9 M US Women


The nautically inspired Ditsy Floral Brigata Slim has a durable four-eyelet canvas upper with an all-over ditsy floral print, classic boat shoe styling.upper: canvas low-cut silhouette elongated and double-stitched toe cap flexible vulcanized rubber outsole with waffle hexagon tread pattern EVA footbed
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Vans Women’s Ditsy Floral Brigata Slim Pewter 8 M US Men / 9.5 M US Women

Vans Women’s Ditsy Floral Brigata Slim Pewter 8 M US Men / 9.5 M US Women


The nautically inspired Ditsy Floral Brigata Slim has a durable four-eyelet canvas upper with an all-over ditsy floral print, classic boat shoe styling.upper: canvas low-cut silhouette elongated and double-stitched toe cap flexible vulcanized rubber outsole with waffle hexagon tread pattern EVA footbed
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Vans Women’s Ditsy Floral Brigata Slim Pewter 8.5 M US Men / 10 M US Women

Vans Women’s Ditsy Floral Brigata Slim Pewter 8.5 M US Men / 10 M US Women


The nautically inspired Ditsy Floral Brigata Slim has a durable four-eyelet canvas upper with an all-over ditsy floral print, classic boat shoe styling.upper: canvas low-cut silhouette elongated and double-stitched toe cap flexible vulcanized rubber outsole with waffle hexagon tread pattern EVA footbed
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Vans Kids – Classic Slip-On (Little Kid/Big Kid) (True White) Kids Shoes

Vans Kids – Classic Slip-On (Little Kid/Big Kid) (True White) Kids Shoes


The Classic Vans Kids shoe they can just Slip-On!Durable canvas upper.Colors or prints for eye-catching detail.Easy slip-on construction.Elastic, side goring detail for best fit.Smooth textile lining for all-day wear.Vulcanized outsole.Vans signature waffle outsole.Imported. Measurements:Weight: 8 ozProduct measurements were taken using size 2 Little Kid, width M. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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Vans Authentic Shoes Turkish Tile/True White

Vans Authentic Shoes Turkish Tile/True White


Vans Authentic Shoes Turkish Tile/True White on sale at TightBoards.comThe Authentics find their roots in the days leading up to the skate and BMX boom. They were the low-top lace-up casual shoe that would eventually find favor with wheeled athletes everywhere. Because of their comfort, their extreme durability, their good looks and the quality one gets for their very friendly price they quickly became a Vans standard that led to a whole family tree of like-minded kicks. Throughout our product line you will find the influence of the Authentic everywhere, from casual wear, to our most advanced performance shoes. Original Classics basic color styles, for more options check out the rest of the Authentics in various colors, fabrics and patterns.
List Price: $ 49.95
Price: $ 49.95

Vans: Vans Kids’: Vans Kids’ Shoes: Girls’

Vans: Vans Kids’: Vans Kids’ Shoes: Girls’


Vans: Vans Kids’: Vans Kids’ Shoes: Girls’: Vans: Vans Kids’: Vans Kids’ Shoes: Boys’: Vans: Vans Kids’: Vans Kids’ Shoes: Since 1966 Vans has been at the heart of skateboarding. That tradition continues with the wide range of styles of Vans shoes available today. Vans shoes boasts the most sought after and the largest collection of classics in the industry today. From the Vans Classic Slip-On to the Classic Authentic , Vans has put their signature on the skateboard and fashion world for over 40 years. With pro riders such as Geoff Rowley and Tony Trujillo, Vans has one of the most complete teams in the skate and snow industry. Vans shoes, Vans Watches and Vans snowboard boots continue to evolve through style and technology that provide riders with style, comfort and performance. At the core of Vans shoes are the athletes that help develop footwear that not only defines their individual style, but technologically push them to the parameters of their sports. So if you want your Vans Slip-Ons or any other Vans Core Classics, check out our Vans collection. You’ll surely be impressed.
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Vans Authentic Shoes Potent Purple/Black

Vans Authentic Shoes Potent Purple/Black


Vans Authentic Shoes Potent Purple/Black on sale at TightBoards.comThe Authentics find their roots in the days leading up to the skate and BMX boom. They were the low-top lace-up casual shoe that would eventually find favor with wheeled athletes everywhere. Because of their comfort, their extreme durability, their good looks and the quality one gets for their very friendly price they quickly became a Vans standard that led to a whole family tree of like-minded kicks. Throughout our product line you will find the influence of the Authentic everywhere, from casual wear, to our most advanced performance shoes. Original Classics basic color styles, for more options check out the rest of the Authentics in various colors, fabrics and patterns.
List Price: $ 44.95
Price: $ 44.95

Vans Atwood Textile Casual Shoes

Vans Atwood Textile Casual Shoes


Vans Atwood Textile Casual Shoes Stylish mens casual shoes by Vans constructed with a vulcanized rubber sole, front lace fastening and tonal seam stitching. These shoes feature contrasting laces, signature branding to the tongue, side and heel and bold panelling to the toe. Mens Casual Shoes > Vulcanized rubber sole > Lace fastening > Tonal stitching > Contrasting laces > Signature branding > Bold panelling > Manmade sole, textile upper/inner > Wipe with a clean damp cloth Find our latest range of Mens Casual Shoes available online at USC.co.uk.
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