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Vans California Slip-On Washed LP “Camo”

July 25, 2012 BY / 1

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Warfare is known to initiate conversations and cross-cultural pollination between combatants, but we’ve never seen a sneaker design hint at this phenomenon qutie like the new Off the Wall design pictured above.  The Vans Slip-On in its LP form from the California collection isn’t as ‘Low Profile’ as the ‘Lo Pro’ edition, nor was it really meant to be hidden away, as the unique blend of World War II USMC jungle camouflage and an espadrille-like woven jute sole sidewall offer a novel mix of European influences.  Have a look at that unique style after the jump and look for these at Vans California retailers.


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gqmanchan92
gqmanchan92

these are arrite ... I approvebut what happened to inteseDebate comments on sneakernews... kinda disappointing, but I'll live  

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