Peanuts x Vans Are Now Offering a Customization Service With All the Peanut Characters

Patterns feature Woodstock, Snoopy and the full cast of characters.

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After teaming up with popular animated TV series Peanuts for their co-branded sneaker pack in June, Peanuts and Vans are back again for another collaborative project. This time round, Vans are offering a customization service with two signature Peanuts patterns featuring the original Charles Schulz illustrations of Woodstock, Snoopy and the full cast of characters. The new range spans over 50 different designs including Major League Baseball themes, army camouflage options, floral patterns and 10 variations of the Vans classic checkerboard motif.

This service is available now on the Vans website for the Era, Slip-On, Sk8-Hi and other models.

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