Model: Authentic Product Code: VN0A54F241I1 Color: Green

About model Vans Authentic

The first shoe, which came of the production line of Van Doren's rubber company, could be adapted by the customers of that time in many ways. They could choose the colour, the detail of the midsole and the laces. Today, design # 44 is widely known under the name Vans Authentic. In the year 1966, when the company was at its very beginning, a simple shoe was created with a very durable canvas upper and a rubber sole, which coincidentally adheres perfectly to the board with its surface. The growing skate boom, spreading across California at the time, offered Van Doren an ideal group fun base. Authentics quickly became a cult of skaters, and it still is.

Vans

The most popular skate brand since the 70s. Part of the SoCal culture that created the basic silhouette of skate shoes. They have collaborated, for example, with Mark Jacob, Karl Lagerfeld, or Takashi. In addition to innovations in technology and design, Vans has always thought of its fan base by building the so-called House of Vans or organizing skate races. Fans reward them with envy-worthy of emotional connection and loyalty.

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Authentic 44 DX

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Model: Authentic Product Code: VN0A54F241I1 Color: Green

About model Vans Authentic

The first shoe, which came of the production line of Van Doren's rubber company, could be adapted by the customers of that time in many ways. They could choose the colour, the detail of the midsole and the laces. Today, design # 44 is widely known under the name Vans Authentic. In the year 1966, when the company was at its very beginning, a simple shoe was created with a very durable canvas upper and a rubber sole, which coincidentally adheres perfectly to the board with its surface. The growing skate boom, spreading across California at the time, offered Van Doren an ideal group fun base. Authentics quickly became a cult of skaters, and it still is.

Vans

The most popular skate brand since the 70s. Part of the SoCal culture that created the basic silhouette of skate shoes. They have collaborated, for example, with Mark Jacob, Karl Lagerfeld, or Takashi. In addition to innovations in technology and design, Vans has always thought of its fan base by building the so-called House of Vans or organizing skate races. Fans reward them with envy-worthy of emotional connection and loyalty.