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Vans “Stacked Pack” capsule: When and where you can buy



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See all the signature styles included in the Vans Stacked Pack collection – they've been elevated to new heights.

A new year means it's time to update your sneaker game and take it to new heights. Which sneaker brand should you turn to first? Vans of course.

The iconic footwear and skate-wear brand is coming out with a brand new collection called the Stacked Pack. Four of the signature styles have been re-imagined into something seriously cool and funky.

Is your favourite shoe included? This is where you can find out.

The Era Stacked, Sk8-Hi, Old Skool and Classic Slip-On are the chosen ones. They've all been elevated with a brand new constructed midsole platform, one that's thick and chunky. We're also spotting a few extra details of the iconic Checkerboard pattern thrown across the uppers of the shoes.

The Era Stacked looks like the original silhouette, just a little bit taller. There's rubber on the toe's bumper and heel counter, and it all sits on top of a jagged outsole.

If you're after a two-inch platform, we recommend opting for the Classic Slip-On. The final styles, the Sk8-Hi and Old Skool, arrived with suede uppers and leather side stripes, alongside the huge outsole.

The Stacked Pack is available for purchase right now. That's right, you need to start adding to cart immediately as we doubt these sneakers will be around for long.

But where should you be shopping? You can buy directly from Vans online or browse through our favourite stockists like ASOS, Platypus Shoes and Princess Polly.



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For more, you can check out our Vans hub. It's where you can find all the latest sneaker news, a comprehensive list of release dates and all the best deals in one place.

You can also click here to check out our round-up of the best sales of the week.

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