Nintendo x Vans Retro Video Game Shoe Collection

May 5, 2016


This is the upcoming Nintendo x Vans 2016 Summer Shoe collection. No word on price yet but they're supposed to be released early this summer and I want those Zelda slip-ons. Slip-ons are great because you don't have to worry about tying laces. Who has time for that? "You can't tie your shoes, can you?" Only the bunny ears way and everybody always makes fun of me for it. I don't even own a pair of dress shoes. I went to my last job interview wearing sandals. "And you didn't get it?" Yes I got it, but only because you don't need shoes to sell coconuts on the beach.

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Thanks to Rich, who asked me to buy him the ones with all the different characters on them. No, Rich, save your allowance.

  • Cody


  • Isaac Bow.

    dayum Daniel

  • I was more of a Sega girl.

  • TheDR

    Me too.


  • Bling Nye

    I'd say anyone old enough to have played those games 'back in the day' are what I'd consider too old to wear shoes like that.

    Gramps be frontin' again!

  • GeneralDisorder

    I saw an old guy on the bus who was dressed the way my friends did in high school and it was pretty funny. I'm 32 but that guy had to be about 50 to 70 (hard to tell, he had thinning white hair and the "old man frump" sort of posture). He was wearing two T-shirts, a dark printed T with a white T under it, had a chain wallet with more than one chain, had a studded leather belt and flat soled skate shoes.

    I expect that'll be me some day. Not the studded belt. I'm more am more pragmatic than that.

  • Bling Nye
  • Adibobea9

    I'm not sure one is ever too old to wear shoes. Why would grandpa have to resort to velcro keds just because of his age? Anyway those games are still popular and I don't think very many people become a grandpa at 35. But hey, keep playing your COD unless that's too old school for you then keep playing Destiny…

  • Bling Nye

    Too old to wear kids shoes, Greybush.

    Yeah, Grandma's Boy reference.

  • larry cornwater

    Me wantee.

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