Aloha Era

Aloha Era

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OVERVIEW

The Vans Era, originally called the Vans #95, was brought to life in 1976 and made popular by the legendary Z-Boys of Santa Monica. It was the first shoe to include our famous padded collar, and today, it remains a favorite for creative people worldwide. 

Featuring sturdy canvas uppers with an allover tropical sunset print that will transport you straight to the shores of Hawaii, the Aloha Era energizes our timeless low top silhouette with effortless style. In addition to the supportive collar, this classic lace-up shoe comes equipped with metal eyelets and signature rubber waffle outsoles.

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