Vans shoes originated from the Van Doren Rubber Company back in 1966. Two brothers – Paul Van Doren and James Van Doren together with three other partners, opened up the first Vans store and sold their first Vans deck shoes. These were later to become the popular Vans Authentic Trainers. The Vans rugged make up with the ‘sticky’ vulcanised rubber sole became extremely popular with skateboarders in the 1970’s and continue to do so up to the present day. Vans clothing has also become extremely popular and not just with skateboarders. Popular styles of Vans shoes include the Vans Ferris trainer for men and the classic Vans Authentic trainer for women. Footasylum stock a wide range of Vans products including hooded tops and Vans t-shirts.
Vans Trainers Sale – Footwear You Won’t Get Board Of
Save money on super-cool skater footwear with a Vans trainers sale
A Brief History of Vans Clothing
From cult status to international acclaim
Vans Trainers UK – New Model Voted Among Top 10 in Britain
New style Vans get top billing in The Independent
Vans Footwear Get Girly with Kenzo
Vans footwear has teamed up with Kenzo to give their iconic shoes a feminine fashion overhaul with a range of bright prints for their traditional canvas skate shoes.
Vans Help Skaters Train in Style
The latest Vans footwear and apparel could help you skate for longer, train more comfortably and look great with a range of clothing and skate shoes now available.
How to Prolong the Life of your Vans Footwear
If you want to get the most out of your Vans footwear, here are a few ways to ensure that they stand the test of time.
Vans Shoes-Create a Contrast This Spring
The signature style that is associated with Vans shoes is set to make a comeback this spring as the trainer of choice.
Vans Trainers – Supporting the World of Art
The Vans trainers brand is recognised all over the world for its long history with skateboarding and its ardent affair with rock music – but what about its love of art?