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Vans Rowan Navy/White
Vans Rowan Navy/White
As low as $139.95
Vans Rowan Thyme
Vans Rowan Thyme
As low as $139.95
Vans x AA Hockey Skate Authentic High White
Vans x AA Hockey Skate Authentic High White
As low as $99.95 Regular Price $149.95
Vans Skate Half Cab Marshmallow/White
Vans Skate Half Cab Marshmallow/White
As low as $99.95 Regular Price $159.95
Vans Skate x Civilist Sk8 Low Navy/Snow
Vans Skate x Civilist Sk8 Low Navy/Snow
As low as $99.95 Regular Price $179.95
Vans Skate x Civilist Sk8 Low Black/Snow
Vans Skate x Civilist Sk8 Low Black/Snow
As low as $99.95 Regular Price $179.95
Vans Sk8 Mid Black/Waterfall
Vans Sk8 Mid Black/Waterfall
As low as $99.95 Regular Price $139.95
Vans x Boys of Summer Varix WC Javier/Steve Lee
Vans x Boys of Summer Varix WC Javier/Steve Lee
As low as $149.95 Regular Price $199.95
Vans Skate Grosso Mid Black/Red
Vans Skate Grosso Mid Black/Red
As low as $119.95 Regular Price $189.95
Vans Skate Sid Pumpkin/White
Vans Skate Sid Pumpkin/White
As low as $99.95 Regular Price $149.95
Vans Skate Sk8-Hi Reissue Grosso 84 Black/Red Check
Vans Skate Sk8-Hi Reissue Grosso 84 Black/Red Check
As low as $119.95 Regular Price $149.95
Vans Skate Sk8-Hi Reissue Grosso 88 Black/Palms
Vans Skate Sk8-Hi Reissue Grosso 88 Black/Palms
As low as $119.95 Regular Price $149.95
In March 1966, brothers Paul Van Doren and Jim Van Doren got together with partners Gordon Lee and Serge Delia to open a shop that made shoes. The Van Doren Rubber Company was in Anaheim, California, and Vans’ first shoes were deck shoes.

Skateboarders and surfers loved Vans shoes' rugged make-up and sticky sole. More designs were introduced in the 1970s. In 1978, the Sk8-Hi was born, and skateboarders loved how the shoe protected their ankles when skating. Ten years later, in 1988, Vans’ first signature shoe, The Half Cab, was introduced by skateboarding legend Steve Caballero. The Half Cab is the world’s most iconic signature skateboarding shoe; it has stood the test of time and is still popular today.

Today, the Vans brand sponsors skateboarding, surfing, snowbo... Read More
In March 1966, brothers Paul Van Doren and Jim Van Doren got together with partners Gordon Lee and Serge Delia to open a shop that made shoes. The Van Doren Rubber Company was in Anaheim, California, ... Read More