Up next is the Vans UltraRange 3D, a style for men and women featuring the brand’s co-molded UltraCush Lite 3D outsole, which is designed with top-tier comfort and grip in mind.
To keep the shoes comfortable and with great traction, Vans gave them a new three-density outsole that pairs with UltraCush Lite foam and original waffle rubber compound. The kicks also boast a breathable upper construction, its proprietary LuxLiner bootie construction, a new reverse-lug rubber waffle tread and an engineered radial heel design for stability.
The Vans UltraRange 3D retails for $95.
Last month, Vans’ parent company, VF Corp., said the UltraRange is one of the reasons why the skate brand saw an astounding 35 percent growth during the first quarter.
Vans debuted the UltraRange in May 2017, and since then it has launched several updates to the look, such as high-top uppers and atypical enclosure systems.
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