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Vans is heating up the Summer, literally, as they hit us vans sk8 hi black suede with their all-new Flame Pack which features some of their most popular silhouettes covered with fire graphics.Here we take a look at the Vans Sk8-Hi which comes done in a black canvas and suede upper with orange and red flame graphics landing on the side panels. Contrasting white is then seen on the laces, tongue branding, signature sidestripe, and the rubber midsole. A gum waffle rubber outsole rounds out the look. This fiery colorway of the Vans Sk8-Hi can be purchased at select Vans stockists now for $65.
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