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First Look: OFF-WHITE x Vans Old Skool

Virgil Abloh has yet to officially release his upcoming OFF-WHITE x Nike/Jordan 10X Collection that’s highlighted by the Air Jordan 1, Nike Air VaporMax and the Air Max 90. But in the meantime, it looks like he’s been busy because we get a first look at an upcoming OFF-WHITE Vans Old Skool collaboration scheduled to release in 2018.

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Some of the details to this Vans Old Skool model includes a White leather upper with “Black Canvas” written on the sides atop a Black vulcanized midsole and outsole featuring the brand’s arrow logo. A nod to the Vans Happy Daze model is referenced on the toecap and heel.

A release is set for Spring/Summer 2018, which will also include an Orange Timberland boot and Off-Court High Tops. Stay tuned to Sneaker Bar for more updates on all the upcoming OFF-WHITE sneaker collaborations.

OFF-WHITE Vans Old Skool

OFF-WHITE Timberland Boots

Source: High Snobiety

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Mario Briguglio
Founder and Editor in Chief. My passion for sneakers started at age 6 and now I've turned my passion into a profession. Favorite Kicks - Air Jordan 3 "Black Cement"

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