Vans Vault Cheap

Brothers Paul and Jim Vans Old Skool Cheap, along with partners Gordon Lee and Serge Delia, opened the doors to the “Van Doren Rubber Company” in Anaheim, CA on March 16, 1966. 

By the time the Vans Era Cheap conquered the skateboarding world, company founder Paul van Doren was still looking for some distinguishing emblem for his Vans. Meanwhile, Nike and adidas had already established the legendary Swoosh and the famous three stripes, which meant that the hobby doodler van Doren had to draw some sketches on his own. He came up with the “Jazz Stripe”, the wavy side stripe, which is a stable on the Vans Old Skool since then.

Serving as a cultural hub that ties together the Vans Vault Cheap, House of Vans connects skaters, music lovers and artists alike with unparalleled concert series, skate competitions, and community artwork spaces. The spaces boundary-pushing skate areas feature indoor concrete bowls and ramps and features that skates can use to create the perfect lines.
Posted in Sports on March 15 at 05:30 PM

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