Vans Old Skool Shoe - Women's

Vans Old Skool Shoe - Women's
Vans Old Skool Shoe - Women's
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Old Skool Shoe - Women's by Vans
The Vans Old Skool Shoe for women is a comfy sneaker for chilling with friends or taking a casual approach to work/school. Featuring canvas and suede uppers that stand up to continued wear, the Old Skool is a versatile time-tested favorite that will look good alongside a wide variety of dresses, skirts and leggings, but maybe don't wear 'em to your wedding.

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SKU: VAN00TS
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