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Vans, you know it, you love it! We are proud to work with the go to skate brand. Known worldwide for footwear and apparel, they also have huge commitment to community involvement. Vans not only put-on skate events across the globe, but also sponsor riders from many disciplines including surf, snow, BMX and motocross. Here at Two Seasons, we have worked with Vans on a range of events and we love the brand just as much as you do! We've got a huge range in stock from apparel to footwear, check out the Men’s and Women’s collections below.


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Vans shoes are designed to withstand the fast-paced life you live, the sturdily designed vulcanised rubber soles provide long term durability and support. If your shoes need a bit more help to break them in, don't be afraid to soften them using a little tough love.
Vans rugged construction and unique soles made them popular from the earliest days of skateboarding. The ideal combination of grip, comfort and durability gives skaters control and confidence without sacrificing the 'feel' of the board.
The Authentic Vans shoes are traditionally made only using canvas which means most models, regardless of colour, are vegan. With that said, there are exceptions to the rule, so we encourage you to double check before buying a pair.
Water is not a friend to suede, so keeping the shoes as dry as possible is important when you're cleaning them. Don't toss them in a washing machine or spray them with water. Spot clean dirty areas instead.
On March 16 1966, at 704 East Broadway in Anaheim, California, Van Doren, his brother James and Gordon Lee opened the first Vans store under the name The Van Doren Rubber Company. The business manufactured shoes and sold them directly to the public.
Yes, you can put your Dickies clothing in the wash with your normal load. Any work trousers with reflective sections, velcro fasteners, buttons or zips always turn them inside-out and close all zips and fastenings before washing. This reduces wear on the garment and thereby extends its life, as well as preventing those components from breaking in the wash. If you machine wash your trousers, make sure you do so on a low temperature and gentle spin cycle. Cold water ensures the material of the work trouser does not get damaged or shrink, and the slower spin cycle goes easy on the worn down sections of the trouser, not making them bigger or worse.
Traditional Dickies Pants are composed of 65/35 polyester/cotton, which gives them their crispness and heartiness. For the new Dickies pants they flipped the ratio to be 35/65 polyester/cotton, which makes for a more lightweight and flexible feel.
Comfort, style and durability are the main reasons why our riders choose Dickies. They simply want something durable that allows them to land their tricks and move freely without sacrificing style!