The Vans AV Rapidweld Pro Lite Gets Two New Colorways

In Cement and Blackout.

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Signature shoe of Vans global rider Anthony Van Engelen, the AV Rapidweld Pro Lite gets done up in two new colorways; Blackout and Cement. Both feature some key technical functions like a stitch-free upper for flexibility, Ultracush HD sock liner for comfort, Duracap reinforcement at the toes, and Vans’ classic waffle outsole for grip on the board.

Check out the photos above for a closer look. The shoes currently retail online for $90 USD and are available now.

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