Vans’ Anaheim Factory has been producing the brand’s highest quality models for years now, and the turn of the decade is changing nothing. Check out their latest release from Los Angeles, the Old Skool 36 DX with a new skull-print graphic.
Vans’ classic skate models have morphed into so much more in the last few decades than just touch extreme sports footwear. After the release of Fast Times in 1982, the popularity of Vans exploded thanks to Spicoli and his famous checkerboard Slip-Ons. Since then, Vans have widely been a staple of pop culture, maintaining their stature in the skate community while also thriving in rave culture, fashion shows, and high schools across America. Now, Vans produces their massive range of footwear with everyone in mind, offering different colorways and patterns for all. This week, the brand is adding a new one to their arsenal, and testing it out on the Old Skool 36 DX. Featuring a repeating skull & crossbones, the print pattern is applied to the Old Skool’s white canvas quarter panels, alternating the skulls between a black or white fill. Black suede overlays complete the look.
VANS ANAHEIM FACTORY OLD-SKOOL 36 DX “SKULLS” RELEASE INFORMATION
Vans latest release from their Anaheim factor is available ahead of schedule from European retailer Warsaw Sneaker Store, with a wider global release expected sometime in the coming weeks. The retail price for this special colorway of the Old Skool 36 comes in at just $90. Check out the official images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Vans release news.
Vans Anaheim Factory Old Skool 36 DX
Release Date: Available Now