Vans 2015 Fall Classic Slip-On Collection

The iconic model comes in 6 neutral colorways for the upcoming cold months.

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Vans presents a strong range of fall-ready designs with the upcoming Classic Slip-On collection. The iconic lace-free silhouette was first released in 1977 and has seen numerous interpretations; for the 2015 fall season, the model is offered in a six-piece range inspired by menswear styling, and holds upgraded materials in a neutral color palette. Three vintage styles are offered with “Frost Gray,” “Blue Graphite” and “True White,” which feature sophisticated suedes, leathers and wools that provide an array of textures. The Wool Sport “Pewter” is outfitted in dapper gray wool, while the rich “Burgundy” and “Brown” models sport luxe leather uppers. The Vans 2015 fall Classic Slip-On collection is now available for purchase online and at select Vans stockists, at a price range of $50-60 USD.

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