Korean Typography Old Skool Shoes
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First known as the Vans #36, the Old Skool debuted in 1977 with a unique new addition: a random doodle drawn by founder Paul Van Doren, and originally referred to as the “jazz stripe.” Today, the famous Vans Sidestripe has become the unmistakable-and instantly recognizable-hallmark of the Vans brand.
Featuring pops of color, mixed graphics, partial embroidery, and a sidewall print, the Korean Typography Old Skool pays homage to our heritage while ensuring that this low top, lace-up shoe remains as iconic as ever. Made with durable suede and canvas uppers, it also includes re-enforced toe caps, supportive padded collars, and signature rubber waffle outsoles.