Vans Shoes History

Posted: May 31, 2011 in Uncategorized

On March sixteenth, 1966, at street 704E Broadway, in Anaheim, Calif., Paul Van Doren and three partners opened up their first ever store and the Vans Shoes dream was born. The Van Doren Rubber Company was unique in that it manufactures shoes and sells them immediately to the populace. On that first morning, 12 customers purchase Vans Shoes which are made that day and ready for pick-up in the afternoon. The Vans #44 deck shoes, which is now famous for the Authentic were born.
Skateboarders who like Vans Shoes rugged make-up and sticky sole are seen sporting Vans all over Southern California in the early 1970s. In 1975, the Vans #95, known today as the Era was designed by Tony Alva and Stacy Peralta. With a padded collar and different colour combinations the Era becomes the shoe of choice for a generation of skateboarders.
In 1979, Vans introduce the #44 shoe, and with the help from skateboarders and BMX riders the Vans Slip-On became all the rage in Southern California. By the end of the 1970s, Vans had 70 stores in California and sells through dealers both nationally and internationally.  

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