Vans and Streetwear Brand Maiden Noir Are Revamping Three Vault Styles

Skate brand Vans, which celebrated its 50th anniversary this year with one cool collaboration after another, has teamed up with a Seattle-based clothing label to close out 2016.

The VF Corp.-owned label partnered with Maiden Noir for three exclusive Vans Vault styles. The two companies have released the shoes throughout December at a number of pop-up shops around the globe.

The public got its first look at the collaboration at the Maiden Noir / Opening Ceremony pop-up in Tokyo on Dec. 10. More rollouts hit in Seattle’s Likelihood on Thursday and Los Angeles’ Union store on Saturday. Other stores carrying the limited-edition collection include Blends in San Diego, Opening Ceremony in New York City and Need Supply in Richmond, Va.

Vans x Maiden Noir
Each style in the collaboration, which ranges from $95 to $105, features suede uppers and matte black soles.
CREDIT: Courtesy of Maiden Noir.

The three signature Vault silhouettes include the Old Skool, Half Cab and the Skate Hi. Each style features a suede upper and true matte black sole with a co-branded woven label. Prices range from $95 to $105.

For some behind-the-scenes inspiration, check out the collaboration video below.



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