Vans has teamed up with world-famous Slam City Skates to celebrate their 30th anniversary, and for this special occasion they worked on a Native Pro and Lampin Pro, both in tonal colorways. The Native takes it’s inspiration from the Madrid Fly Paper model, featuring the same tonal black uppers, vulcanized soles, crescent moon toe bumpers, and ollie pad. The Native came out in 1988, which was the same year that Slam City opened their first doors at their Covent Garden location. For their second shoe, the Lampin Pro which debuted in 1993, they just wanted to pay homage to the early 90’s skate scene, which was considered the golden age of skateboarding. They went with an entirely marshmallow colorway, with accentuating white laces. Both feature Savage Pencil’s Flamehead logo, for that custom touch. Both pairs will be releasing online, tomorrow morning at 9AM UTC on Slam City Skate’s webshop.
a few pics after the jump