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Shoes Lovers Rejoice! Geoff Rowley Designs Vegan Vans!

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What do you get when you combine Geoff Rowley, one of the best skateboarders in the world, and Vans? Some really freaking awesome shoes, that’s what! Add into the mix that Geoff is a vegan and has designed the shoes without leather or any animal products whatsoever, and even non-skaters might want to rush the stores for these bad boys.

Now, by no means am I, personally, a skater. I’ve tried, fallen, been laughed at for flailing around so much – I thought it was pretty comical, too – and am happily content to watch those gifted with coordination and skill from somewhere safe. Preferably sitting down, which is much safer for me.

But I am a huge fan of Vans shoes, and these in particular pretty much rock my socks off. The classics are a personal favorite. Want some for yourself? You can zoom right on over to the Vans website and shop to your heart’s content.

Socks optional.

via: Green Daily

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