Subcrew x Vans OTW Alomar

February 3, 2012 BY

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The Vans OTW Collection has brought us a nice variety of skate-inspired casual sneakers since its inception a couple years back, but one thing they haven’t lived up to in the Off the Wall legacy is collaborative frequency.  Vans as a whole is one of the industry’s most cooperative brands, but to this point, their OTW group has only shown off preview images of upcoming projects with the likes of Lupe Fiasco and Mr. Cartoon in the wake of the In4mation Bedfords that dropped in late 2010.  Today we have word of another drop that’ll likely be limited to the immediate area around the guest designer’s headquarters, a Subcrew x Vans OTW Alomar that’ll make those who can’t get them quite jealous with a rich tonal red mix of suede and patent croc skin.  The textural contrast extends to a busy red-on-white patterned sockliner that has us wondering what Freegums’ LeBron 9s might have looked like in an alternate palette.  Click through to see the latest example of wild animal application in 2012 and stick with Sneaker News for updates on Subcrew’s OTW Alomar.  via UrbanLook

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