Vans x The Simpsons collection: Aussie release details
This is your first official look at everything included in the iconic family themed collaboration.
Television series The Simpsons is synonymous with American culture. If you didn't know, it's actually the longest running scripted series in television history – yep, there are still new episodes!
Luckily for die-hard fans, The Simpsons has decided to collaborate with skate-wear brand Vans, and it's not the first time. It was first done over a decade ago, but this capsule is by far our favourite.
All your favourite characters, including Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie, are pictured on an array of sneakers and clothing styles. If you've been watching the show since you were a kid, then you need to get your hands on this collection!
Release date: 7 August.
Now, let's talk about some of our favourite styles.
The Sk8-Hi silhouette has been dressed with an adorable portrait of the family we all know and love. Even Bart and Lisa have a dedicated shoe: there's an "El Barto" themed Skate Pro and a purple presidential Sk8-Hi for Lisa.
Did you think Vans forgot about the characters Itchy and Scratchy? That's right, even extended characters are included in this drop! You can get your hands on an Old Skool sneaker, dedicated to the mouse and cat.
As we mentioned earlier, the collaboration isn't just sneakers. There's a heap of apparel and accessories to get your hands on, including graphic T-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts, backpacks, hats, bumbags and more.
Keep on scrolling to see the full collection and don't forget to mark the 7 August in your calendar!
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