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September 28, 2021

Vans x Horror Collection, Just in Time for Halloween

 

 

Vans partners with Warner Bros. Consumer Products to bring classic, well-known horror stories to life with the Vans x Horror collection, through interpretations of some of the scariest moments iconic footwear and apparel pieces.

Establishing true icons of fright, Warner Bros. has produced our most beloved horror films for over 80 years. They've become synonymous with scary – from the terrifying twins of The Shining and devilishly possessed characters of The Exorcist and The Lost Boys, to the maniacal minds in Friday the 13thNightmare on Elm Street, and IT.

Relieve the scariest moments from classic horror films with graphic interpretations and written messages across Vans Era in classic Checkerboard with iconic red balloons from IT, and the SK8-Hi's bright repeated text logo from The Shining, plus handwritten script callout across the outsole.

 

The men's apparel offering in the Vans x Horror pack transports us to our favorite scenes from Friday the 13th using the fleece pullover printed with a glow-in-the-dark hockey mask and Freddie Kruger's claws tearing across our A Nightmare on Elm Street Ward Crossbody body pack in 600D poly.

For women's apparel, it's all about The Shining. The movie's terrifying twins are featured alongside a vintage wallpaper print on our heavy cotton jersey long sleeve baby tee and a ruffle edge sock. Capping it off is the Vans x The Shining hat with a sweetly sinister bow and embroidered  "Off The Wall" logo.

 

Additional Horror footwear styles include the Classic Slip-On, the Slide-On, the Slip Skool, the Old Skool, and Style 47 Creeper. Women's apparel and accessories pieces also highlight the boyfriend fit fleece pullover hoodie, cotton jersey boyfriend fit tee and mini backpack, while men's apparel features the fleece pullover, short sleeve tee, crew socks, 6-panel jockey hat, 5-panel snapback hat, and Old Skool III backpack.

The Vans x Horror collection is available beginning October 1, 2021.

 

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