Vans's Paradoxxx Model Receives "Black/Gum" & "Porcelain Rose" Makeovers

New takes on the retro model.

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After debuting its Paradoxxx footwear model a few months back, Vans recently released the retro silhouette in “Black/Gum” and “Porcelain Rose” colorways.

The upper of the shoe is constructed of sturdy suede and canvas, accented by branding in the form of a large, retro “Off the Wall” tongue patch and an embroidered original Vans Flying V logo on the lateral sides. Maintaining relatively tonal looks, the “Black/Gum” tooling features contrast stitching along the multi-material paneled upper. Elevating the shoes are durable rubber cupsoles complete with black knurled sidewalls and UltraCush Lite drop-in sock liners, which provide a comfortable yet rugged ride.

Priced at $75 USD, the new Paradoxxx colorways are available now at select Vans retailers like Premier.

In case you missed it, Vans recently introduced its vintage Bold Ni silhouette.

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