The Vans Skate Shoes and Slip-ons You Loved as a Teen Are All Grown-Up

You don't need to be a skater boy to lust after these serious sneakers.

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Vans are having a major moment with its oh-so-cool new releases and collaborations! They may have started as the "it" skater shoe brand, but now everyone is going savage to snag the latest Old Skool, Sk8-Hi, and slip-ons. Check out the latest Vans that we can't stop (and won't stop) going wild for.

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Vans Anaheim Factory Slip-On 47 V DX Sneakers

$80.00 BUY NOW

This is one #tbt moment you won’t want to miss out on. As part of a collection inspired by Vans’ first factory, Vans took details from the original slip-on styles that were made there and added super comfy UltraCush sock-liners and uppers with a hook-and-loop closure. Go laceless and save that extra time for fun in the sun. No laces? No problem!

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Vans Translucent Rubber Slip-On Sneaker

$60.00 BUY NOW

April showers bring Vans' rubber-covered sneakers! You can check rainy-day footwear off your spring shopping list with these classic checkered slip-ons that have a translucent rubber-covered upper and a waffle rubber outsole. While they might not keep your ankles dry from deep puddles, they have a crazy cool texture that takes your checkered Vans to stylish new heights.

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Vans Sk8-Hi Reissue Checkerboard High-Top Sneakers

$65 BUY NOW

Check out this killer reissue from Vans! With the '80s having a menswear moment (from Miami Vice-style giant blazers to pastel-colored clothing), these checkerboard Vans are the perfect finishing touch to your spring and summer style. Now with the check print on the rubber outsole, these Sk8-Hi sneakers will pop against your light-colored wardrobe.

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Vans Flame Old Skool Sneakers

$60 BUY NOW

With Vans’ classic flame-print sneakers being a best-seller for the brand, they decided to turn up the heat on their killer Old Skool-style. Just like a vintage hot rod, Vans played with yellow and purple for these hot flame accents that makes them an instant hit for spring and summer. In short, these Vans are lit!

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Vans Neoprene Sk8-Hi 46 Sneakers

$75 BUY NOW

The Sk8-Hi gets a modern update with a touch of neoprene. The fabric typically used for diving suits gives these Vans sneakers a cool texture and an elevated look that’s seriously snazzy. Go for the comfy and polished look by sporting the neoprene Sk8-Hi-style with your 9-to-5 best.

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Vans Yacht Club Old Skool Sneakers

$60 BUY NOW

Channel Finesse vibes with this new Vans release. The ‘90s are back in a big way from Tommy Hilfiger's retro color-blocking pieces to technical jackets that look right out of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and it looks like Vans got the memo. The color-blocking Yacht Club Old Skool’s pair perfectly with your dark denim and #TBT-style graphic T-shirts. We’re so here for this ‘90s trend, and anyone who doesn’t agree can talk to the hand.

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Vans Old Skool Sneakers

$60 BUY NOW

Orange you glad this new colorway came out in time for spring? Rock your favorite Old Skools in neon orange! If you’re the average joe with a wardrobe of neutrals, blacks, and blues, a pop of orange on your kicks is fashion statement that won’t completely overwhelm.

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Vans Chima Pro 2 Sneakers

$70 BUY NOW

It’s the Vans look you love, with the serious comfort you didn’t expect. With UltraCush 3D footbeds, a super durable upper, and rubber outsoles with great traction and flexibility, this is the only sneaker you’ll want to rock from now on.

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Vault by Vans Brain Dead Old Skool LK Granite Green Sneaker

$90 BUY NOW

When an artsy streetwear brand collaborates with everyone's favorite skate shoe brand, it's a match made in shoe heaven. These granite-green low-tops have a serious kick of personality to jazz-up any basic outfit in your closet. Everyone is illustrating and doodling on sneakers these days (like we're back in high school drawing on our notebooks), but if you're not the best artist, leave it to the professionals.