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T19 x Beauty & Youth x Vans Old Skool “Off the Wall” Collection

April 24, 2014 BY / 0

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T19 is one of those names that rings a bell in the sneakerhead community, but you have to be fairly deeply involved to understand its meaning and significance.  The Japanese skateboard brand known for its signature royal blue (and the 2005 Nike SB Dunk collab in the same shade) has linked up with one of the nation’s more prolific guest sneaker designers for a new collaboration inspired by Off the Wall’s BMX heritage.  This capsule anchored by the T19 x Beauty & Youth x Vans Old Skools includes two checkerboard’d colorways in addition to t-shirts, a BMX cruiser bike, skateboard deck and wrench.  Click in to see both pairs based in T19 blue, then see what you can do about copping a pair from B&Y.

 Source: Beauty & Youth


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