Vans Core Arcata

November 6, 2011 BY / 2

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Vans’ signature style comes from their vulc-soled classics, so expanding the brand’s offerings means reprising these time-tested design cues when it’s time for a new silhouette.  Case in point: this new Vans Core Arcata hightop, a model that can be seen as something like a higher cut take on the Versa lows.  The 106 itself draws comparisons to the classic Vans Chukka, so the Arcata comes out of the box with pure-bred casual skate DNA that’ll translate well to your everyday sneaker needs.  Navy blue suede is always a calming look, but the above pictured pair seems extra calm next to a tumbled grey look, both of which you’ll see in more detail after clicking on the jump below.  Let us know which ones you like best and look for these now at select Off the Wall retailers.  via FNG

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kstaud
kstaud

these are simple and very nice... the navy pair may be worth another look

Michael Foote
Michael Foote

These are all hot but the Navy with the wool is the best looking imo.

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