Japanese streetwear and an iconic brand with roots in street culture? Hell yes! Say hello to the new collection by Vault by Vans and Bedwin & The Heartbreakers. Even though the Bedwin & The Heartbreakers brand comes from Japan, it draws inspiration from across cultures and styles and celebrates traveling. To some extent, the collections are influenced largely by American life in the 1920s and 30s, so it made sense to reach out to one of America's most iconic brands and create a collaboration based on the iconic made-in-the-USA bandana motif. (And it's no coincidence that bandanas are trending again).
The entire collection is focused on details, emphasizing handcrafting and celebrating the fusion of Japanese design with Western style. So what can you get from this collection? The Authentic LX silhouette in three different colorways, the deep blue Old Skool LX sneakers in canvas, suede, and the iconic bandana stripe, and a stylish bucket hat that thematically crowns the collection. All pieces used bandana scarves made in the USA and are cut at different seams. As a result, every detail and pair in this collection is unique, so you can be sure that no one else in the world has one. Let's admit it's worth it to have one of these pairs in your collection!
The classic "old skool" design, the upper of canvas or leather, Vans waffle sole and great quality - this exact combination makes the Vans Old Skool sneakers something unique. How else would they be able to survive for so many years at the peak of popularity?
Suede: leather cut from the back, while the fibers remain on the surface, suede is less prone to damage than nubuck.
Textile: is a lightweight material, which is offered in a very wide color scale and is mainly used for summer footwear.
Wafer: The legendary sole that will never lose touch with the surface. It is especially typical for Vans sneakers.