Above you will get a first look at the brand new Vans Patchwork Denim Pack. It’s crazy to see what Vans footwear designers come up with to create yet another new look on their classic models, right? The Vans Patchwork Denim Pack consists of three Classic footwear models that draw inspiration from traditional Japanese boro patchworking and sashiko stitching.

“This collection was inspired by the quilting technique that was typically found on clothing as a way to mend and repair garments for longevity,” said Vans Head of Classic Footwear Design, Angie Dita. “With boro patchwork comes beauty out of necessity. We wanted to showcase the sturdy construction with denim and heavy stitching on our heritage footwear models.”

The Vans Authentic has been reimagined using an all over heavy canvas that mimics denim and is accented with denim patches that implement the sashiko stitching process across the vamp and heel counter. The Vans Sk8-Hi uses Navy suede materials for durability and the light denim quarter-panels have been mended using complimentary denim patches that are finished with exposed stitch detailing and finished with Vans’ iconic white leather Sidestripe. The Vans Classic Slip-On uses all-over denim patchwork detailing across the vamp in varying denim hues that mimic an oversized checker pattern.

Look for the Vans Patchwork Denim Pack to be available at Vans.com/Classics and in Vans retail locations beginning this March.

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