Vans Spring 2013

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Here is a good look at the new Spring 2013 drop from Vans we have just received…

The Rowley Pro, once a best seller for us when it came out in 1999 is back on our shelves. The first colourway we have received is the Navy/White. It’s back to being the best it can be. It was designed to have a snug fit when it first came out and does once again.
The new Syndicate Authentic 69 Pro really stands off the shelf. They have a tone on tone checkerboard pattern which makes them interesting and brings back memories of Andy Ruffel. Contrast stitching separates the suede toe and the checkerboard side panel, it’s all set off nicely by the white rubber sole unit…

The Mid Skool 77 CA is back in stock in two colours. It comes in Bone Brown/White and Niagara/White. This older style from the late 70’s was overshadowed by the Old Skool and the Sk8-Hi at the time but sits well in this line. It appeared again as a shoe when the Dogtown film was out. Premium suede uppers in muted brown or blue contrast well with the white sole, tongue and heel. These are a classic…

Every season the Era Pro receives some attention and improvements are made. These feature a new sockliner and DURACAP® has been added to the upper. We have them in Burgundy/Orange and Off White. Our favourite model is the Era 46 Pro John Cardiel shoe in Chestnut Brown / White. The fit on these has been improved, much of this is due to the Co-molded PU1 footbed which uses Single-Density Foam…

One skate shoe many people have gravitated towards is the AV Native American. The most recent colourway is Native Palms in Navy/Black. Anthony Van Engelen has made this one of the most skateable shoes in the whole line…

In this new drop there is also a new Stage 4 endorsed by Andrew Allen in Khaki and a new Half Cab Pro.

You can view the full Vans Spring 2103 range here