Vans Joins CLUBGEAR for 90's Rave-Inspired Era Pro and Slip-On Pro Pack

Eye-catching pairs accented by neon colors and mismatched patterns.

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This spring, Vans is partnering with Vancouver-based label CLUBGEAR for two classic silhouettes reimagined through a vibrant, ’90s rave-inspired lens. Known for their techno graphics and playful aesthetics, CLUBGEAR gives the Era Pro and Slip-On Pro silhouettes asymmetric neon accents and retro patterning.

The Era Pro boasts a mismatched take on Vans’ iconic checkerboard print in different multi-check colorways such as red/blue, green/black and purple/yellow. A yellow “CLUBGEAR” logo is embroidered on the heels, while neon detailing line the inside of the shoe and the tongue. For an even bolder statement, a set of micro-checkerboard laces can be worn in place of the original white pair.

For the second option, the Slip-On Pro features a black “Crosshair” pattern with green and orange accents outlining the tongue. “CLUBGEAR” wraps around the entirety of the shoe by way of a foxing stripe. Both the Era Pro and Slip-On Pro feature mismatched blue and red rubber Vans heel labels and arrive in a custom all-over print box. A select number of customers will receive a hand-embellished box decorated with artwork by skater Tyler Warren or Ben Blundell.

Retailing from $90 to $100 USD, the Era Pro and Slip-On Pros are available now through select Vans Pro Skate accounts in the US and Canada and on CLUBGEAR’s website.

In related news, Vans’ ComfyCush Slip Skool silhouette will drop in bright neon pink, green and yellow colorways.

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