This holiday season, Vans debuts MTE 360™ technology that enhances heat retention around the foot and improves moisture management within each shoe. The All Weather MTE footwear collection provides premium, water-resistant leather and suede uppers, warm linings and a heat retention layer between the sockliner and outsole. Inspired by Vans’ 20-plus years of snow boot design innovation, a durable lugged outsole was developed to provide advanced traction for an alternative cold weather must-have.
Vans continues to expand the All Weather MTE collection with new iterations of the Sk8-Hi MTE and UltraRange Hi MTE, designed for the elements and featuring bright colorways and new prints, as well as updated technology and functionality details.
For added utility updates, Vans introduces the Boa Closure System on the Sk8-Hi MTE. The functional snow boot technology optimizes a secure and precise fit, achieved by a micro-adjustable dial and strong-yet-lightweight laces on Vans latest model, the Sk8-Hi MTE Boa.
Inspired by a world of adventure, Vans UltraRange Hi MTE provides advanced comfort, lightweight traction and breathable construction and has been updates to include MTE 360™ technology for all-around warmth and a lugged outsole for increased traction.
Vans highlights the latest MTE apparel, which fuses workwear-inspired styles with key technical features such as DWR coatings and insulation for protection against the elements this winter. For men, Vans introduces the Woodcrest MTE jacket in black camouflage and the Providence MTE jacket, a long-length parka with an embossed checkerboard lining. For the women’s styles, Vans presents the Pullman Puffer MTE in black and the Thanks Coach Sherpa MTE in rust, both versatile pieces that deliver style and substance for cold-weather environments.
The Vans All Weather MTE collection retails from $75 to $180 USD and is available now.