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Supreme Just Gave 2 Low-Key Vans Sneakers a High-End Upgrade

The Sk8-Mid and Lampin get done up in corduroy, suede, and leather.
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The ongoing partnership between Supreme and Vans is still going strong, and we couldn't be happier about that. Because the two brands are releasing some seriously luxed-up takes on two of Vans' sleeper-hit sneakers, the Sk8-Mid and Lampin. Both are done up in 12-wale corduroy and snake-embossed suede for the uppers, and lined with leather for extra comfort. Oh, and of course, they feature the all-important Supreme logo (on the heel for the Sk8-Mid and the tongue for the Lampin). Take a look at all three impressive colorways right here, then get ready to scoop them up as quick as you can when they drop online. No doubt these'll sell out instantly, and with good reason.

Vans x Supreme Sk8-Mid




Vans x Supreme Lupin




This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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