LED ZEPPELIN + VANS: Details Of New Shoe Collection Revealed

LED ZEPPELIN + VANS: Details Of New Shoe Collection Revealed

On the heels of LED ZEPPELIN's historic golden anniversary, Vans has partnered with the rock and roll legends to celebrate their debut, self-titled album, "Led Zeppelin". The four-piece capsule of limited-edition footwear and apparel will be available Friday, February 22 at select Vans retail stores, wholesale partners, Vans.com and store.ledzeppelin.com.

The Vans x Led Zeppelin long-sleeve tee kicks off the collection to showcase the original album artwork, which carries over to an adjustable trucker hat. The Era features the bandmembers' individual symbols arranged across a premium leather construction with white tonal LED ZEPPELIN and corresponding symbols printed on the sidewall. Vans's Sk8-Hi utilizes suede and canvas uppers to showcase the "Led Zeppelin" album art printed with silver metallic hits on the quarter panel. The Sk8-Hi is complete with a black leather Sidestripe, black tonal laces and a tonal alphabet printed sidewall. LED ZEPPELIN fans can unveil each of the bandmembers' symbols on the woven label on the internal tongue. The Era and Sk8-Hi will each be sold with a special Vans x Led Zeppelin custom shoebox.

The Vans x Led Zeppelin collection will be available for a limited time with the collection on-sale in select Vans retail stores, wholesale locations, online at Vans.com and store.ledzeppelin.com beginning Friday, February 22.

ZEPPELIN last performed in December 2007 in London with drummer Jason Bonham filling in for his late father John Bonham.

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