Available Now: Noah and Vans Skate Through with an OG Style 24LX Collaboration
Hailing from New York, streetwear imprint Noah aren’t afraid to call on West Coast skate legends Vans for a project. Celebrating California’s skate culture, the duo have finessed two colourways of the OG Style 24LX, inspired by storied Venice’s curbs.
Taking a trip back to 80s, the brands deliver some camo flair to the skate-ready model. Arriving in pink and white colourways, the high-cut silhouette is dressed in prints from the era. It’s seriously retro.
‘With the launch of our Vans OG Style 24LXs we wanted to showcase and pay tribute to the Venice curbs and their role in skateboarding. The curbs have a long and historical existence in the creative development in skateboarding, from Natas Kaupas and Eric Dressen in the old Speed Wheels/Santa Cruz videos, to Tim Gavin in Tim and Henry’s Pack of Lies, and beyond. One theory is that these curbs have withstood the test of time decade after decade simply because of them being flat out fun. From this, skateboarding has continued to blossom and progress with the great intention of fun,’ says Noah.
You can cop both pairs now from Noah’s webstore.
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