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Vans Braces Itself For All Weather With The Sk8-Hi MTE 2.0 DX And UltraRange EXO Hi MTE

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Vans has been committed to action sports over the last six decades. And while this isn’t changing any time soon, the California institution has gradually been modifying some of its most beloved silhouettes for lifestyle needs ranging from long days at work to urban landscape exploration on winter days. For the latter task, Vans is now offering its Sk8-Hi and UltraRange Hi models infused with moisture management, heat retention and enhanced grip modifications.

Each silhouette is offered in two colors and constructed from materials tested to defend against the elements. Durable, weatherized panels work in-tandem with the rugged MTE boot lug underfoot to deliver a tough footwear option for rough conditions. The MTE 360™ technology found within the leather, textile and synthetic upper combat both rain and snow. While not visible from the outside, all-new UltraCush Lite cushioning infuses unprecedented comfort for days that demand excess standing and/or walking. Both winterized pairs feature pull tabs on the tongue and heel for easier on-and-off capabilities, but only the UltraRange EXO Hi MTE features exposed warm lining.

To shop Vans’ all-weather MTE collection, visit Vans.com right now. And for more from the “OFF THE WALL” brand, check out the Vans by Anderson .Paak capsule set to launch on November 13th.

Vans All-Weather MTE Collection
Available
$105-$110

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