Vans‘ hybrid ComfyCush Slip Skool has appeared in a three-pack of bright neon makeups: pink, green and yellow. A combination of the Slip-On and the Old Skool, the Slip-Skool provides an eye-catching layered look that’s pushed even further with this trio of vivid checkerboard styles.
A standard Slip-On serves as the starting point for each design. Here, it’s presented in the three aforementioned neon tones, each sprinkled across a classic checkerboard pattern on the forefoot and heel. This familiar base is then overlaid with a translucent Old Skool shell, complete with a Jazz Stripe, toe cap, tongue and even laces — although this final embellishment is strictly academic, of course.
The lower half is all Slip-On as well, with a ComfyCush footbed, trim white midsole with black foxing plus red heel badges and a traditional gum outsole.
All three of these bright ComfyCush Slip-Skools are set to release at retailers like BILLY’s Tokyo on April 17, and are priced at ¥11,000 JPY (approximately $101 USD).
For more altered takes on classic heritage silhouettes, have a gander at Converse‘s “Decades Pack,” which offers special takes on the Pro Leather inspired by the ’80s, ’90s and ’00s.