Taka Hayashi & Vans Vault Reconnect for Special Spring 2018 Capsule

Sk8-Hi, Chukka, and Slip-On models made with Japanese craftsmanship.

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Vans Vault continues its longtime partnership with Japanese craftsman Taka Hayashi for a new special footwear capsule. The Spring 2018 offering is comprised of nine pieces spanning Sk8-Hi 75 LX, Chukka 75 LX and Classic Slip-On 66 LX silhouettes. Each model features three unique takes, spotlighting the brand’s heritage motifs such as checkerboard alongside Hawaiian floral patterns. Collectively, the partnership marks the duo’s 19th season collection.

Check out the models above and expect a global launch on March 24 at select Vans Vault accounts. Prices range approximately between $110 USD and $175 USD. Last December, the duo teamed up on a limited Horween Leather capsule collection.

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