BAPE Reconnects With Vans for Another Footwear and Apparel Collaboration

Remastered variations of the Sk8-Hi 38 DX and Old Skool 36 DX are launching alongside limited edition tees.

 

After recently joining forces with JJJJound for a tasteful BAPE STA collaboration, streetwear stalwart BAPE is now trucking right along with another joint venture with the likes of Vans. The Japanese label and the Anaheim-based skateboarding company have reconnected for a second head-to-toe footwear and apparel assemblage.

The main attractions of this capsule lie within the footwear department. BAPE opts to rework the Sk8-Hi 38 DX and Old Skool 36 DX silhouettes with its signature camo patterns to create street-meets-skate balance. The former is done up in mismatching fashion and comes decorated with a custom ABC camp pattern, while the latter steers in the more classic direction by making use of BAPE signature green camo graphics. Each take is completed with a black midsole stripe, white midsoles and traditional waffle bottoms.

Two limited-edition tees are also implemented into the collection, both of which are styled with co-branded hits across the front and then imagery of the Sk8-His on the backside.

If you plan on copping then mark your calendars for February 26 as the collection will be released exclusively via Vans and BAPE retail stores, as well as through the Vans website.

In other news, Vans recently worked with WTAPS on a 25th-Anniversary Vault by Vans collection.