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NOAH and Vans have once again joined synergies, this time to launch two new versions of the OG Style 24 LX model. Its design pays homage to skateboarding by taking the characteristic Venice Beach curbs as a reference.

Vans OG Style 24 LX silhouette was first released in the late 1980s. Now, the sneaker brand has teamed up with NOAH to update the iconic model that will go on sale starting tomorrow in two different versions. Both, printed with an archival camouflage pattern that pays homage to the curbs of Venice Beach, a key location in the history of skateboarding. In fact, legends of the sport like Jeff Grosso wore sneakers with similar embellishments at the time.

One of the models comes with a red base, ornamented with black camouflage motifs, while the other swaps this vibrant color for white. Another detail of the new sneakers is their rubber toe cap protection, which also brings back the codes of the original design, and the shiny rubber midsole.

The new OG Style 24 LX by NOAH x Vans will be available from tomorrow on the NOAH website, so stay tuned!