Why you’re going to want the Vans Stacked collection immediately

Lauren Chaplin 6 June 2019 NEWS

Vans stacked collection

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Unleash your inner Spice Girl with these funky platform kicks.

Just a couple of weeks after announcing the chunky new Sid NI silhouette, cult-favourite streetwear brand Vans has debuted four new platform models that you're going to want to get your hands on.

The new Stacked line will see both the Sk8-Hi and Era models get an upgrade with the addition of platform bumpers, exaggerated outsoles and translucent foxing tape. The brand has previously reimagined its classic Slip-on, Authentic, Old Skool, Sk8-Hi and Era models with a platform style but, where the older models mostly come in white, the Stacked models arrive in some truly fun hues.

The first Stacked Era design is a confetti colourway featuring a mix of purple and black panelling with a glittery toe cap, sea green platform bumper and pink heel. A sleek white Era model is also on offer, with the classic Vans checkerboard design featuring on the heel.

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The first Stacked Sk8-His arrive in the same 80s-inspired confetti colourway as the Era. Rather than the clean white style of the Eras, the second iteration of the Sk8-His come in black and feature crisp white laces. The checkerboard pattern also appears on the heel.

When and where can you shop the collection?

The Stacked collection is already available on the American Vans site, though there's no word yet on when we'll see them drop onto the Australian site. Typically though, the Aussie site sees new styles arrive a few weeks after the US, so we shouldn't have to wait too long to get our hands on a pair.

In the meantime, you can still shop the limited edition Vans x David Bowie collection from the Australian Vans site. The capsule sees four classic Vans silhouettes reimagined to pay homage to a classic Bowie album.

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