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WTAPS x Vans Syndicate Authentic + Sk8-Hi | Available

November 4, 2010 BY / 0

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Japanese streetwear label WTAPS has been collaborating with Vans Syndicate for years now, and most of the recent drops have featured silhouettes exclusive to their tag team drops.  Not so for this new set of WTAPS x Vans Syndicate Authentics and Sk8-His.  Instead of relying on their own designs, these new pairs offer two fresh new takes each for two of Off the Wall’s very most popular models.  The Authentics have a bit of a boot feel thanks to rich leather uppers and corded laces, while the Sk8-His opt for a black-n-blue widow approach, adding some webbing along the side panels atop the Vans stripe that offers some text slogans.  You can see more when you click the jump below and look for these at Vans Syndicate retailers like Premier.

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