Vans x The Simpsons holiday print-min
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Vans’ ‘The Simpsons’ collab just got a lot more festive with this holiday print

Back in August, Vans treated The Simpsons fans to a full collection based on the hit animated show.

Now, the company is extending this popular collaboration with a brand new festive print that will truly get you into the holiday spirit.

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Although Halloween hasn’t even arrived, it looks like Vans is already thinking about Christmas. This week, Vans launched a new festive holiday print that features some of the most beloved The Simpsons characters.

It’s never too early to start thinking about the holidays,” Vans says. “To celebrate the holidays with The Simpsons you should start to work!”

The festive print includes Homer, Marge, Maggie, Bart and Lisa Simpson as they prepare for yet another chaotic Christmas. Homer can be seen dressed up as Santa Claus while Marge sits on his lap with a Santa hat balancing on the top of her iconically tall hair.

As well, Bart can be seen balancing a stack of presents while Lisa tries to figure out what gifts are wrapped in each box. “Merry Christmas” also appears in white lettering throughout the print.

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The Simpsons holiday print is available in six styles – Slip-On, Old Skool, Ultrarange, Sk8-Hi, Authentic and Era – through Vans’ “customs” section of their website. For those looking to skip the customizing stage, Vans has three styles ready to purchase with the festive print. The shoes range from $95 – $105.

For those wanting to surprise a loved one, or yourself, with a pair of these new shoes for Christmas, you better act fast. Vans is advising all customers to submit their orders by Nov. 4 to ensure that they arrive by Christmas Eve.

The full Vans x The Simpsons collection is available to shop here.

What are your thoughts on the new Vans x The Simpsons holiday print? Let us know in the comments below.