BILLY'S & Vans Drop Asymmetric Old Skools

Following up on last month’s release.

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Japanese sneaker retailer BILLY’S is gearing up to release more asymmetric Vans after last month’s Style 36 OG release, this time focusing on the Old Skool.

BILLY’S preferred velvet appears on the toe and heel of a pair of sneakers, also featuring premium leather Jazz Stripes atop bright red canvas. However, the focus of the drop is a pair of monochrome and blue-accented Old Skools, which feature mismatched patterns on the side panels. Each pair offers one checkerboard patterned panel and one solid colored panel per sneaker, with contrasting colors appearing on each side. All sneakers feature black laces and the asymmetric pairs boast white midsoles while the red pair offers tonal black.

Expect the shoes to release on January 7 at stockists like INVINCIBLE. Meanwhile, SANKUANZ recently offered a closer look at its Zodiac-informed Vans collaboration.

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