Unless you've been living in a cave somewhere in Antarctica, surrounded by polar bears and ice fishing Eskimos with no access to television, radio or the internet, you've heard of Vans shoes, and for good reason. Even since 1966, Vans has been making shoes specially designed for your active lifestyle. Since the day Vans began making their sneakers, their durable and unique construction and sticky soles have been an instant and long-lasting favorite of skateboarders everywhere. As time has progressed, they've become the favorite of those who participate in other high-action sports as well.
BMX riders, for instance, quickly came to appreciate what Vans had to offer, particularly their much-loved slip-on shoes
, which first began to service feet back in the 1970s. In fact, back then, members of the United States Air Force found themselves wearing a mukluk designed and manufactured by Vans, showing just how versatile Vans shoes really are and how the company clearly knows how to make a shoe meant for any situation's needs.
Today, Vans still creates shoes for athletes, and for people who just want their feet to be comfortable and look cool. They're still serving the needs of skateboarders and BMX riders like they did from the beginning, and they've expanded to meet the needs of students and athletes, to take style to the classroom and performance in the parks.
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