Vans Just Released Two Color-Changing ‘Wearaway’ Sneakers

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Vans’ latest sneaker release includes two new styles that are designed to look better as you wear them.

Available now at Vans.com is the Vans Sk8-Hi and Berle silhouettes in the color-changing “Wearaway” makeup that are dressed in the “Hot Sauce” and “Cement Blue” colorways, respectively.

For the Sk8-Hi, the shoe features a black suede-based upper and through various wear, the material will reveal a bold red hue underneath. The upper has also been redesigned by incorporating foxing tape creating a deeper knurl pattern on the toe for durability. Rounding out the stealthy execution is a matching vulcanized sole.

“All New Skate Classics: Built Extra Tough on the Inside For Skateboarding Completely redesigned for modern skateboarding, the all-new Skate Classics collection delivers more of what skateboarders need to enable maximum progression,” Vans wrote in the product description for the Sk8-Hi.

The Vans Berle, which is the first-ever signature shoe for the brand’s team rider Elijah Berle, is also included in the collection. Unlike its Sk8-Hi counterpart, the base layer of the shoe sports a bright blue hue after multiple wears. The model’s signature design element is the WaffleControl tech providing improved control on the skateboard while increasing support and maximizing grip.

The Vans SK8-Hi and Berle “Wearaway” styles are available now at Vans.com and each pair comes with an $85 price tag.

Vans Sk8-Hi ‘Wearaway’

Vans Sk8-Hi 'Wearaway'
The Vans Sk8-Hi “Wearaway.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Vans

Vans Berle ‘Wearaway’

Vans Berle 'Wearaway'
The Vans Berle “Wearaway.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Vans

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