Vans Syndicate x Odd Future – Old Skool “S” Pack BLUE
Vans Syndicate Odd Future Pack
Hip Hop Collective Design Second Trainer Batch
The independently sold skateboard arm of Vans has joined forces with indie hip hop star Tyler the Creator.
The pair has created a limited edition version of the classic Old Skool Pro S trainer, to be released this month.
Despite three new colour ways and the addition of Ultracrush impact socklines and Duracap reinforced uppers, the design remains similar to the original.
The reimagined version features a suede upper in blue, wheat or green, all of which incorporate a bright pink sole and Syndicate’s logo.
This is the second collaboration to have surfaced between Vans Syndicate and hip hop collective Odd Future, which Tyler is a member of.
Led by up-and-coming names like Frank Ocean and Earl Sweatshirt, the group has its own urban clothing label, Golf Wang.
Last June, California-based Vans illustrated a show of faith in the label by releasing a limited-run of the Old Skool silhouette, designed exclusively by the artists in charge.
The pack featured original artwork on the tongue and footbed of each shoe, which came in black, blue, camel or red suede.
The second collaboration between Syndicate and Odd Future is set to go on sale from 19th July.
All three versions will be available worldwide in authorised Syndicate dealerships at £85 per pair.
Video: VANS SYNDICATE x ODD FUTURE - OLD SKOOL "S" PACK BLUE/PINK
How to Prepare for a Hurricane When You’re Living With IBD
5 Carbs That You Can Happily Indulge In
6 reasons bacon and sausages are good for you
Target Is Hiring 120,000 Workers for the Holiday Season
How to Remove Mold from Wood Furniture
Type of Kidney Disease May Dictate Cancer Risk
5 Strange Reasons You Have a Headache
Simple Tricks To Keep Your Hair Tame On Prom Night
How To Get Red-Carpet-Ready Skin On Your Next Shopping Trip
How to Get a Bank Account
What You Should Know About Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome
How to Lower Triglycerides
How to Connect a Logitech Wireless Mouse on PC or Mac