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VANS OLD SKOOL
- Thick, durable textile and leather upper protects the foot.
- Suitable for size and shape.
- Low price.
- Like experienced skateboarders.
- An olive combination of textiles and design.
- Well-assembled upper and sole.
- Sleek and stylish.
- Men and women wear them with ripped jeans, skinny trousers or shorts.
- Requires a short break to relax.
- It can be worn without a sock, and its soft collar will not rub on your ankles.
- Color can be selected online.
- The rubber pattern of the waffle tread under the shoes is very tenacious.
- Not suitable for people with flat feet.
- Tend to wear out.
- Not suitable for use for more than 8 hours in a row.
- Needs more support when jumps off the ramp.
SIZE AND FORM
Vans Old Skool low top sneakers have classic lace up system and let you feel comfortable. It fits both boys and girls.
DESIGN VANS OLD SKOOL
The simple silhouette of Vans Old Skool is both conservative and fashionable. He migrated from the skateboarding community to everyday life.
A clean design with a sturdy canvas and soft collar provides quality ankle protection. The thin tongue and the basic design of the insoles feel great on the board. The sole is made of rubber with a waffle pattern.
These Old Skool vulcanized low-top sneakers are versatile and comfortable to use. The unisex design of Vans Old Skool creates no boundaries and fits with every season.
VANS OLD SKOOL FEATURES
Vans' Old Skool takes up little space in the closet.
Thick textile upper with sturdy double stitches for durability. This allows skateboarders to do simple tricks on the board without exposing their feet to unnecessary bumps.
Wear-resistant rubber with a waffle tread pattern under the boot provides traction. In addition, Vans Old Skool offers support for the toe, heel and buttonhole with extra suede protection.
HISTORY OF VANS OLD SKOOL
Vans Old Skool is a popular shoe model around the world that is adored for its simplicity, versatility of style and affordability.
Originally created for skateboarders in the mid-1970s, Old Skool was introduced by brothers Paul Van Doren and Jim Van Doren under its original name Style 36. Van Doren brothers hardly knew that these low-top skateboarding sneakers would later become a popular wardrobe item for men and women.
Skateboarding was already at its peak in the mid-1970s in California when the Vans 95 appeared in 1976.
After Vans Era, the brand introduced Vans Old Skool in 1977. Old Skool is the first shoe of the famous Vans symbol in the coming years.
Originally called the "Jazz Band", the Sidestripe design popped up as a chance discovery. The side strip, first seen on Old Skool, is an integral element of the iconic sneaker.
Beyond aesthetics and identification, Sidestripe's “Old Skool” was the most beautiful thing ever seen.
Skaters at the time admired Vans Old Skool for its seemingly “sticky” sole. Grip abrasives weren’t the same as most skateboards today. The Vans Old Skool sole is made of durable rubber that holds well on a wooden board.
Old Skool - From Skating to Lifestyle
Old Skool low-top sneakers survived the turbulent era of the 1980s. In fact, its versatile top design has become a subject of conviction for loyal followers. Customization was a central aspect of the Vans tradition.
Since its founding, Vans has been a modest store in Anaheim, California, one of hundreds of such stores.
Vans Old Skool low top sneakers have become popular in the hip-hop era. At that time, Vans Old Skool quickly gained popularity and a lot of fans. Almost everyone had it, from avid skaters, lovers of sneakers, rockers, to pop artists and influential personalities.
Sneakers also played a long-term partnership with a skateboarding store. Their team gave birth to Old Skool in 1996. And their offspring, High x Vans Old Skool, was considered the Holy Grail due to the cult status of Old Skool in the market.
Now Vans Old Skool is constantly updated. Collaboration is growing along with the brand, connecting with various retailers, designers, artists from the fashion industry, sports goods, entertainment and music.
After Vans teamed up with American fashion designer Mark Jacobs for the opening ceremony of a fashion boutique, these “simple” sneakers reached the high fashion level.
Vans re-released some classic silhouettes at the 50th anniversary celebrations in 2016, including the Vans Old Skool low-top. this shoe became one of the best-selling models in the world by the fall of that year.
Vans continues to team up with retailers, designers, artists, professional skaters and many others to work on new Old Skool designs. In 2017, the brand met with the legendary skater Daniel Lutheran, the discovery retailer Ceremony, the North Face street brand.