Posted by Alex Bowers, Saturday, February 18, 2012 3:12 PM
Vans Bedford Shoes: The Bedford is a mid-top skate shoe with a clean design, featuring vulcanized soles with waffle grip, padded tongues and collars with notch-back heels, and one-piece toe caps. It comes in canvas, suede, and leather upper materials, has metal lace eyelets, and also strategically incorporates Vans OTW labeling throughout the shoe.
Vans Howell Shoes: The Howell is a mid-top desert boot inspired shoe made with nubuck, leather, and suede upper materials. It has no padding in the tongue or collar, but has a very clean design, styled with minimal stitching, and cupsoles with trendy faux-heeled detailing for a hint of dress shoe class. You might not enjoy skating the Howell, but you are winning every art show with these killers on your feet.
Vans Ludlow Decon Shoes: The Ludlow Decon is a trendy, low-cut skate shoe. It uses premium leather and suede uppers, stitched cupsoles, solid one-piece toe caps, and no padding in the collar or tongue.
Vans Cobern Shoes: The Cobern has the feel of a classic boat shoe, but has Vans sneaker elements infused into the design. It features a moccasin-style toe, vulcanized soles, canvas, leather, and suede uppers, and padded collars that comfort the ankle while you kick back on the dock.
Vans Era Laceless Shoes: Laceless and carefree is the way to be with the this rendition of the classic Era. Designed with elastic straps attached to the tongues so the shoe stays snug on your foot, you can slip in and out of these bad boys all day without ever losing them in mid skate. If you want a little extra security though, you can always put laces in them to keep the feeling of the classic unisex Era that uses canvas uppers, vulcanized soles, and waffle grip.
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