Taka Hayashi Revamps Vans's Classic UA Authentic One in Tonal "Leather Brown" & "Spicy Orange"

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Vans Vault mainstay Taka Hayashi has added his touch to the classic Authentic One silhouette. Arriving in two colorways, “Leather Brown” stays true to its namesake with a soft leather upper while “Spicy Orange” opts for an all-canvas finishing. Both models feature contrasting eyelet details, an embroidered “V” emblem on the panel, and branding hits by the upper ankle and heel. The reimagined iterations rest on top of the distinct Vans waffle sole, giving the line a quintessential look.

The Vans Vault UA TH Authentic One “Leather Brown” and “Spicy Orange” are available now at select retailers like chmielna20.pl for approximately $115 USD and $105 USD respectively.

In related news, Hayashi has also redesigned the Style 138 Mid LX.

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