Vans Men's Trainers
Chuck D from Public Enemy once said, ‘Man we be sporting Vans’ and this is how he suggested you would get it right in the sneaker department. There is no higher endorsement for a trainer brand than a hip hop lyric (it’s the barometer of a kick's success), and these canvas shoes have run the gauntlet from a 1966 deck slip-on to a design collaboration with professional skateboarder, Tony Alva. They are not just a casual shoe, they’re a way of life. Shop our edit for Old Skool, Era and SK8 High styles.