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Vans California Switchback – Holiday 2011 Colorways

September 27, 2011 BY / 2

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The thing about Vans’ relatively simple skate and casual designs is that, unless you go absolutely insane with clashing colors or get lazy rehashing past hits, almost everything you do to these silhouettes is going to look good.  A prime example of this is the latest set of Vans California Switchback boots, a trio that you’ll find yourself switching back and forth on which one’s your favorite, because they’re all just that good.  The two-toned navy and tan pair evokes images of a duckboot, which is appropriate given that these are fully waterproof, but it’s a blocked look that slowly sublimates from the tonal grey joints into an all-black edition that gets its contrast from the textures of varying leather tumbles plus a nylon mudguard.  Click through to see all three pairs and expect these on October 1st at Vans California retailers.  via FNG

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