Here’s a little trick record companies used to pull in the pre-internet era: releasing a new single by a popular artist on a movie soundtrack. There was really no way out of shelling out twenty bucks to get your hands on one song you wanted, and fifteen tracks of filler and instrumentals. What does that have to do with shoes? Nothing directly; it’s just that it was very easy for certain things to fall through the cracks back then.
But one thing that does have to do with shoes, is shoes. Shoes like the Vans Epoch Sport, a lost classic from 1994. The low profile, clean lines, and understated branding, in the form of a truncated ‘V’ side stripe are an especially subtle aesthetic choice from the decade of extreme, making the silhouette a natural choice for a Vault makeover. Textured suede uppers and neutral colorways serve to enhance the effortless casual chic.
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