What’s in the Supreme x Vans Diamond Plate sneaker collection?
See all the images of new collection and find out when you can shop these cool kicks.
Just weeks after announcing a Harry Potter inspired collection, Vans is back with news of another hype-worthy collaboration. Teaming up with major streetwear label Supreme, the brand is set to drop the spring/summer 2019 capsule starting from tomorrow.
The Diamond Plate collection sees the classic Vans Slip-On Pro and Sk8-Hi silhouettes reimagined with a diamond plate design printed on the upper. The design is similar to the diamond plate graphic Supreme has used on several previous pieces.
Each pair from the capsule will be made with a leather lining and classic sleek white outsole. Both designs will also be made available in a range of colours, making them super easy to pair with your current wardrobe.
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The new Sk8-His will arrive in premium suede and canvas upper and will be available in navy/red, grey/black and yellow/brown colourways. Meanwhile, the Slip-On Pros will feature a fully canvas upper and will also be available in yellow, red and grey.
When and where can you shop the collection?
The Diamond Plate collaboration is set to drop on the Vans site tomorrow (9 May). While there's no word yet when we'll be able to shop them instore here in Australia, we expect them to become available at usual Vans stockists like Platypus Shoes fairly soon.
If you're looking for some other cool kicks to add to your collection, Vans have also recently released a David Bowie collection. The limited edition range features four sneaker iterations, each one a homage to a classic Bowie album. They're selling out quick, so be sure to snap up a pair asap.
See more images of the Diamond Plate collection below:
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