JJJJound Has a Vans Collab on the Way

A trio of colorways are on tap for Spring/Summer 2017.

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Last summer, Justin Saunders teamed up with Victory Sportswear to introduce a pair of collaborative kicks and now the man behind JJJJound has another co-branded footwear endeavor on the way. This time around, Saunders has linked up with Vans to introduce a trio of Old Skool colorways. Teased on Instagram, the Spring/Summer 2017 drop looks to feature tasteful green, brown and grey versions of the low-top favorite, each capped off with contrasting white accents on everything from the stitching and leather stripe to the laces and rubber foxing.

Stay tuned for concrete release info and expect all three to drop before the spring/summer season comes to a close.

JJJJ & Vans SS 2017

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