A Standout “Flying V” Logo Brands this Comfy 80s-Inspired Shoe
The Lowland ComfyCush is an archival 80s Vans silhouette with a slim profile and a ComfyCush outsole for modernized comfort. Originally designed for tennis in the early 80s when Vans was experimenting with athletic-focused footwear, this low-top style maintains a familiar look while adding the excitement of our heritage “Flying V” Vans logo.
Our Numeric 440 blends premier technology with soft cushioning to create a go-to shoe for both everyday skate and wear. Featuring a '70s-inspired suede and mesh upper, this updated classic boasts breathability and durability. A C-CAP heel wedge in the midsole helps protect against impact, while NDurance rubber outsole technology provides protection in high-wear areas to help you get more out of these trusted skate shoes.
C-CAP midsole cushioning delivers durable support
Suede and mesh upper
NDurance rubber outsole technology provides superior durability in high-wear areas to help get more out of the shoes
With a sole inspired by basketball shoes, the AARON lifestyle shoe is updated to skateboard specifications with durability and a classic design. Based on the analysis of the movement of skateboarding competitions, the insole is designed with different hardness on the inside and outside, and the punching hole is provided to promote the inner center of gravity. This increases the sense of stability on the board. In addition, the strength is increased by making the upper toe and heel part stitch three. With a lightweight and simple design, this pair suits not only the skateboarding scene but also various styles.
From Vans Skateboarding, the collaborative Nick Michel Half Cab '92 features brown leather uppers paired with navy blue midsoles and laces. With a DURACAP reinforced design, the mid-top skate shoes offer long lasting wear, while a gusseted tongue ensures a locked-in fit. Performance rubber outsoles and internal heel shanks allow for exceptional grip and boardfeel, while PopCush insoles provide unbeatable cushioning.