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National Geographic and Vans Are Releasing a Multi-Sneaker Collection

National Geographic is ready to take on its latest adventure.

A multi-sneaker collaborative collection with Vans is releasing soon featuring five of the more popular styles from the California-based skate brand including the Authentic, Era, Old Skool, Sk8-Hi and Slip-On silhouettes.

Each pair incorporates a different graphic. For instance, the Authentic sports an image of a school of fish throughout the blue canvas upper. The Era is covered with some of the more popular National Geographic magazine covers throughout the years with a vibrant border distinguishing the issues. The Old-Skool incorporates imagery of exotic animals including a wolf and a tree frog on the sides. The Slip-On features Greenland’s Pine Island Glacier and the Sk8-Hi keeps it simple with a black canvas upper and Nat Geo’s signature yellow branding embroidered around the heel.

Each pair includes co-branding throughout the styles along with a vulcanized midsole and a waffle-styled outsole for comfort and durability.

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The National Geographic x Vans collaboration will be available on Vans.com and at select stockists including at Nordstrom starting June 1, however the pricing has not been revealed.

National Geographic x Vans Slip-On
The lateral side of the National Geographic x Vans Slip-On.
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National Geographic x Vans Authentic
The lateral side of the National Geographic x Vans Authentic.
CREDIT: Courtesy of 43einhalb
National Geographic x Vans Old-Skool
The lateral side of the National Geographic x Vans Old-Skool.
CREDIT: Courtesy of 43einhalb
National Geographic x Vans Sk8-Hi
The lateral side of the National Geographic x Vans Sk8-Hi.
CREDIT: Courtesy of 43einhalb
National Geographic x Vans Era
The lateral side of the National Geographic x Vans Era.
CREDIT: Courtesy of 43einhalb
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