The new shoes feature a white and silver checkered pattern with a unique upper sitting atop a co-molded sole made from rubber and foam.
Earlier this month, the company also revealed a new line of shoes gearing towards Autism awareness.
The new collection features all-new sensory-inclusive elements, including a calming color-palette.
Since 1966, Vans has stood as a champion of individuality and self-expression. The brand’s commitment continues with the release of sensory inclusive footwear designs as part of the Autism Awareness Collection. With this project, Vans celebrates the unique aspects of all people. Designed specifically with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in mind, the ultra-comfortable footwear collection is offered with sensory-inclusive elements including a calming color palette and design features that focus on the senses of touch, sign and sound.
They worked with the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards, creating designs focusing on sight and touch for people who are sensitive to those senses. You out the Vans Autism Awareness Collection here.
Introducing the Autism Awareness Collection, an ultra-comfortable footwear pack with sensory-inclusive elements and a calming color palette. Learn more at https://t.co/sbez4xintn pic.twitter.com/mBGXBz8m5v
— Vans (@VANS_66) March 11, 2020
Now, the company are releasing a statement on the new Overt CC shoes which you can read below.
“In 2019, Vans introduced the ComfyCush technology to the world. For spring 2020, the comfiest outsole takes on new terrain with the all-new Overt CC footwear style. Designed for advanced comfort and breathability, this new design features a uniquely styled upper, atop a co-molded sole constructed of foam and rubber for the perfect combination of both comfort and grip.”
The new pair of shoes are retailing for $95 and are available right now. They can also be ordered here.
You can check out the shoes below.
— Vans (@VANS_66) March 23, 2020
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