Since their foundation in 1966, Vans have always valued individuality and uniqueness - fast forward more than fifty years later and that mantra is clearly still going strong today with this latest batch of eye-catching kicks.
So far, it’s been a great year for fans of limited-edition Vans sneakers. Already in 2020, we’ve seen a collaboration between the shoemaker and National Geographic hit shelves, celebrating 130 years of the travel publication, and now Vans have announced the arrival of the Tiger Patchwork Footwear Collection which will be available this month and remasters three classic trainer styles; the Sk8-Hi, Era, and Classic Slip-On.
The Tiger Patchwork Footwear Collection looks stunning, combining a variety of innovative colours, patterns and mixed materials. The upper of each shoe is decorated with a combination of fashionable prints including paisley prints, gingham, checkerboard and even has a tiger emblazoned motif arranged in a pattern-clashing patchwork design.
The coolest thing about the tiger patchwork is that the sizing and the placement of it varies on each shoe, making each product unique to you.
If you fancy getting your hands on a pair, and trust us, we don’t blame you, then the Tiger Patchwork pack will be available to shop on Vans.eu and Vans retail stores worldwide this July. No price has been announced yet but with the Nat Geo collection ranging between £55 and £75, you can expect a similar price range here.