Agenda LBC: Vans California 2014 Spring/Summer "Overwashed" Slip-On

The latest Vans California footwear release arrives as a preview via the ongoing Agenda Show Long

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The latest Vans California footwear release arrives as a preview via the ongoing Agenda Show Long Beach. Slated for a Spring/Summer 2014 drop, the unique Slip-On execution is a part of a larger pack titled the “Overwashed” pack and boasts a heavily distressed and washed aesthetic. The overall colorway features a black-on-black checkered upper and a blacked out midsole and outsole. These are slated to drop via select Vans California stockists beginning Spring/Summer 2014.

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