To celebrate six decades of space exploration and discovery, skatewear fashion brand Vans has just launched a stellar collection of footwear and apparel inspired by NASA’s original space suits. The Vans Space Voyager Collection allows aspiring astronauts of all ages to show their love of space in style.
The cosmic collection includes eight footwear iterations on Van’s classic skate models, including the Sk8-Hi and Old Skool. The designs are available in black, white, and the space agency’s iconic “firecracker” orange. Each sneaker design features fun details such as exposed foam and interchangeable NASA patches, as well as the timeless NASA logo. The kids’ slip-on sneakers are especially out of this world, featuring a black galaxy print upper with a dazzling glitter gum outsole.
The capsule collection also features three jackets, including the Vans Space Anorak in black and orange, as well as the Vans Space Torrey Padded MTE Jacket. The latter comes in two colorways that include Apollo 11 graphic detailing on the back to honor man’s first journey on the moon. There are also hoodies, t-shirts, and bags adorned in NASA’s logo, giving space fans a whole galaxy of choices.
The Vans Space Voyager Collection is available now via the Vans website.
Vans has just launched a stellar collection inspired by NASA’s original space suits.
The Vans Space Voyager Collection includes eight footwear iterations on Van’s classic skate models.
There are also NASA logo-adorned jackets, hoodies, and t-shirts…
…and even a cool cosmic kids collection!
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