Multiple Stripe Branding Appears on Vans’ VANSCII Sk8-Hi

Picking up the deconstructed footwear series it started last year, Vans recently put together a branding-focused reworked take on the Sk8-Hi.

Dubbed the VANSCII Sk8-Hi, the shoe is inspired by ASCII programming language, and has motifs related to early computer culture. The upper features a black nubuck base that's accented by a grey grid pattern and white contrast stitching. Decoration comes in the form of stacked Vans Jazz Stripes, choice computer hourglass embroidery and a bright neon "VANS OFFF THE WALL" tongue patch. Rounding up the design of the shoe is a classic white midsole accented by tacked on stripes of gum rubber for a haphazardly reinforced look.

Priced at $75 USD, Vans's VANSCII Sk8-Hi is available now at

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