Everything we know about the Vans glitter Sid NI sneakers
Vans is reaching new heights with this entirely new shoe design.
The 90s are back baby and super slick streetwear brand Vans is here to help you get around the trend. The label has just announced its latest retro-inspired design and we're willing to bet that they'll be a huge hit.
Titled Sid NI, the sneakers are an entirely new shoe model by Vans. Inspired by the vintage 1995 Vans Sid skate, the latest silhouette keeps elements of the original design but is given a few notably stylish upgrades.
First up, a platform sole gives the kicks an elevated update. Double racing stripes also line the exaggerated midsole, giving the usually stark white design a nice pop.
The most notable update though, is that the new sneakers arrive in two graphic glitter iterations of either blue or black. If that combination of glitter and platform soles isn't enough to make you want to pull out your Spice Girls CDs, I don't know what is.
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The new design also features an oversized embroidered Vans Flying V logo on the side and a tonal canvas tongue.
When and where can you shop the new kicks?
The Sid NIs are set to drop in June, though we've already seen several iterations made available on the US Vans site. As well as the black glitter model, there are two canvas models up for grabs arriving in cream and blush colourways. Hopefully, this means that we'll be seeing more hues of the platform sneakers arrive in the future.
While there's no word yet on exactly when they'll reach Aussie shores, they're likely to drop onto the Australian Vans site towards the end of June, so be sure to keep an eye out.
In the meantime, you can still pick up the Vans limited edition David Bowie collection from the site, though you might want to get in quick as stock is selling out fast.
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