Vans Authentic ‘Cork’

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

The Vans Authentic silhouette is arguably one of the greatest of all time, and there are few sneakers that compete with them for the summer weather. The skate inspired company fuels this by consistently dropping new styles, and the Authentic Cork are the latest to release from the beloved brand.

These look just just like a traditional pair of Vans, but with a cork-patterned upper. Of course Vans has already been testing cork crafted uppers on less popular silhouettes (and Nike has been doing it for years now), but this could be our favorite use to date. The shoes feature a contrasting white midsole with matching laces and that trademark branding tag running alongside the eyelets. You can scoop these up for $55 from the brand’s online store. [Purchase]

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