Slip-On

In terms of contemporary fashion, few footwear styles can be immediately recognized like Vans Checkerboard Slip-On. Classic Slip-On made its debut in 1977, after Van Doren noticed that children were drawing checks on their shoes, the Checkerboard mode was introduced in the early 1980s. Soon thereafter, Checkerboard Slip-On became a global symbol of the Vans brand spirit, thanks to the Fast Times in its classic film "Ridgemont High". For the first time since the film premiere, Vans Outlet has reissued the limited edition Fast Times Slip-On through its Anaheim Factory series to celebrate the shoe’s transcendence of popular culture and the classic style with a long history.

The film appearance of Vans Slip-On Outlet cemented Vans' status as a staple of Southern California style. To celebrate the release of the film, Steve Van Doren, the son of the founder of Vans, made a limited edition Fast Times Slip-On's giveaway at the Hollywood premiere. The limitations of Fast Times design have become one of the most archivable styles of Vans Checkerboard Slip-On. Vans restored the outline with its original design and construction method in the Anaheim Factory Collection.

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