Vans Sk8-Hi Shoe

Vans Sk8-Hi Shoe
Vans Sk8-Hi Shoe
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Sk8-Hi Shoe by Vans
Take a moment to appreciate the Vans Sk8-Hi Skate Shoe before you shred it to death--although you might have to wait a while before that happens. Vans' ever-reliable gum rubber and vulcanized midsole makes sure you get the most out of this shoe, and even when it's shredded up, you'll only appreciate it that much more.

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SKU: VAN00TG
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