The classic checkerboard patter may catch your eye at first, but the simplistic design, practical comfort, and lightweight appeal of the Vans Slip Ons will grab ahold of your heart. These may look like a classic, but they’re not – they’ve been updated with 21st century technology.
Elastic mid-step bands allow for easy entry and exit and a subtle amount of padding line the perimeter of the foot opening. Do they fit snug for their size? Yes, and for good reason, the canvas weave upper will stretch slight throughout it’s lifetime causing for a perfect worn-in fit.
For a low profile shoe the Vans Slip Ons have an unreal amount of cushioning. The insole and outsole are made of a lightweight proprietary foam Vans calls Ultra Cush Lite. Ultra Cush Lite provides great shock absorption and virtually zero break-in time. Out of the box the Vans Slip Ons automatically feel like heaven on earth.
With a skate and beach vibe the Vans Slip Ons stick to grip and leave waffle sole tread patterns in the sand. The slight off-white/ eggshell color tips the hat to the days of yesteryear. Stride with confidence every time you wear the Vans Slip Ons by dressing them up or down and know you’re a step ahead of everyone else.
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John John Florence’s deep impact into surfing culture has only just started. John and Blake Vincent came together for their second movie in association with Brain Farm with support from Hurley and Monster Energy to produce View From A Blue Moon.
Traveling earth in search of the perfect barrel, John actually doesn’t need to go far. His home of the north shore of Oahu is a spectacle that has instilled greatness into his riding. Watch John unfold before your eyes in View From A Blue Moon.
Come Hell or High Water—the first feature-length film to be made about the sport of bodysurfing. A winner of Best Film and Best Cinematography awards on the festival circuit, Come Hell or High Water explores the history and development of bodysurfing alongside the purity of experience that is riding a wave, taking a unique look at the culture and beauty of the sport, while capturing the stories and locations of those who belong to its community. The film’s unanticipated popularity may well reflect the less-is-more, environmentally aware consciousness of our times; as the simplest of all ocean sports, bodysurfing requires little more than swim fins and some waves.
If you’re not smiling throughout the entire Yawgoons 14 edit there is something wrong with you. Riders: Dylan Gamache, Marcus Rand, Brian Skorupski, Jordan Small, Alex Andrews, Mike Rav, and Seth Huot Filming/Editing: Dr. Brendan Additional Filming: Marcus Rand, Brian Skorupski, Brent McCarron Song: Crazy on You by Heart
Did you see all of those Capita boards? Yeah, you can get them HERE.