Everything we know about the Vans x size? Warped Check Eras

Posted: 3 June 2019 10:43 am News

Vans warped check eras

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Get a first look at the psychedelic new collaboration.

Cult-favourite streetwear brand Vans is almost synonymous with fun designs at this point. Having only just released an epic David Bowie tribute collection, the brand has now teamed up with the size? label for a groovy new collaboration that will add a splash of colour to your wardrobe.

First announced on the Size Official Instagram, the multi-coloured Warped Check Eras give off major artistic, 70s-style vibes. The kicks arrive in a mind-bending checkerboard pattern that is a psychedelic twist on the classic Vans design.

The Eras are asymmetric in style, with the left shoe a hot pink hue with baby blue detailing while the right is the contrasting opposite. The checkerboard pattern begins on the midsole and runs to the heel tab, giving further contrast to the plain, coloured panels.

In a blog post by size?, the label has said that the Eras are reminiscent of "Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, The Beatles and Stones" with the vibrant energy of their music flowing "heavily throughout the Era, whose striking palettes contrast vary shoe to shoe."

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When and where can you shop the Eras?

The Vans x size? Warped Check Eras are set to arrive on size?'s website from 7 June. Hopefully, we should also see them drop onto the Vans site not long after. The kicks will be available in both men's and women's sizes and will retail for US$65.

In further Vans news, the brand has just dropped a diamond collection with major streetwear label Supreme. The label has also announced a new platform silhouette called Sid NI. The new sneakers will arrive in a multitude of colourways, including glitter iterations, and will drop sometime in June.

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