Vans Classics 2015 Spring "Overwashed" Collection

Vans are always best when they are a bit worn in, and this latest release makes it so you don’t

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Vans are always best when they are a bit worn in, and this latest release makes it so you don’t have to wait for that to happen. The new Overwashed Classics collection features 12 different color and style combinations, all with stonewashed uppers and oiled sidewalls that create a distressed, lived-in look and feel for some of the best-known and most loved silhouettes. Finishing details include washed laces and antique eyelets for a vintage look. The Vans Overwashed Collection ranges in price from $55 to $75 USD, and is available now in-store and online at Vans.com.

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