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Vans x The Simpsons

Vans are known for their creative and fun collaborations they release regularly. This time, the brand brought out a fresh line straight out of Springfield – The Simpsons pack.

It features a couple of sneaker models, as well as a pair of slides, to finish off your summer look. To further complement the line, Vans dropped a few pieces of apparel and accessories too. Everything is colorful, eye-catching and very well-referenced to the sitcom. You can get the Simpsons’ family portrait on a Sk8-Hi or a sweatshirt focused on just one character, for example, Lisa.

My favorite piece from this drop would be the Chukka Pro, with a cool silver Bart skull and bones hangtag. I absolutely love the turquoise colorway and how they used the Ultracush HD insoles, which are giving you lots of cushioning and support.

You can shop the whole collection on Vans official site now: https://www.vans.com/thesimpsons. The prices of sneakers are starting at $50. Make sure to tag @MadeForTheW on social media once you pick up a pair!

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