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Vans Star Wars Collection


The Force is subtle with Vans new collaboration with Star Wars - and that's a good thing.

Far from plastering the beloved characters all over their canvases in a similar vein to those Vodaphone adverts, the likes of Yoda and Boba Fett have been blended into Hawaiian foliage and paisley prints.

The new collaboration features a range of Vans staples, including trucker and camper caps, backpacks, t-shirts and the Authentic, Sk8-Hi and Slip-on canvas shoes.

Those of you with a preference to be loud and proud over your Star Wars love won't be left out - the Era shoes are a far, far less subtle addition to the collection. Head to the Vans site to see the full range.



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