Vans continues to prove they have a shoe for everyone with their latest addition. From band collabs to The Nightmare Before Christmas to Harry Potter, the sneaker company has consistently put out epic creations, and the “I Heart” line is no exception.
Working in a red, black and white color palette, the collection recently hit Vans.com with a slew of others. Featuring the phrasing “I heart boys, I heart girls” in a continuous pattern, it basically brings your favorite Panic! At The Disco song “Girls/Girls/Boys” to life on a shoe. The line allows you to proudly wear your heart on your feet with the Era, Sk8-Hi and Slip-On styles.
The era is mostly black with white soles and a red foxing stripe. It features the continuous phrase across its shoelaces and a bold “boys” on the left shoe and “girls” on the right shoe. They’re available for $55 here.
The Sk8-Hi utilizes its tall style to proudly display the “I heart girls, I heart boys” design across its inner and outer side. It’s available here for $65.
Finally, the slip-on rocks the iconic Vans checkerboard in red, black and white. The “I heart girls, I heart boys” design sits subtly on the inner and outer sides of the sole. They’re available here for $55.
You can check out all of the new Vans arrivals, including the “I Heart” line here.
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Back in November, Vans added to its The Nightmare Before Christmas collection with a design any Tim Burton fan would love.
The latest addition to the Vans The Nightmare Before Christmas Collection is appropriately named Christmas Town. They take the imagery from the scene where Jack Skellington comes across the Holiday Doors while singing “What’s This?”
For residents of Halloweentown and Christmastown alike, a new The Nightmare Before Christmas x Vans has arrived at Journeys and Journeys Kidz for the holidays ☃️🖤💀 available ONLINE only ✨ https://t.co/5JIQWLR2pU pic.twitter.com/PP4FJev0n8
— Journeys (@journeys) November 22, 2019
The Vans original hi-top model is drenched in red and black suede, with navy side panels and white stitching. Mr. Skelltington can be seen holding Christmas lights on one side in the pouring snow after falling into the Christmas Town door. On the other side, Skellington shares a magical moment with a snowman as snow continues to fall on the both of them.
The Christmas tree that is found on the entrance to Christmas Town in the circle of Holiday doors is plastered on the back of the shoe. Gold eyelets finish off the front, with striped laces that resemble the giant snake Skellington leaves as a Christmas present while impersonating Santa Clause.