Vans

In 1966 two brothers along with their business partners started the Van Doren Rubber Company and created the Vans #44 Deck Shoes (now the Vans Authentic). Fast forward a few years to 1974 and skateboarders all over California are skating in Vans shoes because of their sticky rubber sole. Then in 1976 Tony Alva and Stacy Peralta designed the Vans Era with a padded collar and multiple colour combinations, this cemented Vans as the skate shoes of an entire generation and future generations to come.

Vans

Vans - Skate Chukka Low Shoes Black/White

$86.92

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Vans

Vans - Skate Chukka Low Shoes Blackout

$86.92

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Vans

Vans - Chukka Low Sidestripe Shoes Black/Gum

$86.92

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Vans

Vans - The Lizzie Shoes Rosette

$130.75

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Vans

Vans - Drain Em Dry Tee Black

$35.79

Vans

Vans - The Lizzie Shoes Black/White

$130.75

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Vans

Vans - Striked Tee Black

$35.79

Vans

Vans - Lift Em High Tee White

$35.79

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Vans

Vans - Skull Daze Jockey Hat Black
Rated 5.0 out of 5
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$28.49

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    Vans

    Vans - The Lizzie Shoes Frost Gray/Asphalt

    $130.75

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    Vans

    Vans - Skate Grosso Mid Shoes Black/True White

    $145.35

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    Vans

    Vans - Skate Grosso Mid Pro Shoes Forest Night
    Rated 5.0 out of 5
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    $123.44

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    Vans

    Vans - Skate Authentic Mens Shoes Raven/Gum

    $75.38 $94.22

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    Vans

    Vans - Mountain Sk8 Youth Tee White

    $28.49

    Vans

    Vans - Happy Trails Mens Tee White

    $35.79

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    Vans

    Vans - Skate Old Skool Mens Shoes Dress Blue

    $81.22 $101.53

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    Vans

    Vans - Skate Slip On Mens Shoes Dress Blue
    Rated 5.0 out of 5
    Based on 1 review

    $94.22

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    Vans

    Vans - Rowan Pro Mens Shoes Navy/White

    $81.22 $101.53

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    In 1966 two brothers along with their business partners started the Van Doren Rubber Company and created the Vans #44 Deck Shoes (now the Vans Authentic). Fast forward a few years to 1974 and skateboarders all over California are skating in Vans shoes because of their sticky rubber sole. Then in 1976 Tony Alva and Stacy Peralta designed the Vans Era with a padded collar and multiple colour combinations, this cemented Vans as the skate shoes of an entire generation and future generations to come.