Vans Vault Brings Back Geoff Rowley's Original Signature Shoe
3 monthes ago - By Hypebeast
To honor one of Liverpool's most impactful skateboarders, Vault by Vans has brought back Geoff Rowley 's signature sneaker. The UA Rowley Classic LX returns in two color choices of Black/White-Red and Racing Red/White. Each rests atop a white vulcanized sole unit with red detailing around the entire model. Vans' heel logo is treated in red as the upper sees a double layer.
Retailing for $75 USD, each iteration is available now at select retailers such as Bodega .
You can also take a look at LQQK Studios' twist on the Vans Authentic and Epoch Sport.
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