Posts Tagged ‘vans’
Vans has release this new Out door pack just in time for this wet season in London! A water resistant shoe, the upper is constructed from a micro-weave textured canvas, their famous waffle soles are reversed to increase traction in slippery conditions. Good for the pedals! Three colorways are on offer, in black, mahogany, and pine. Grab them now!
This summer was lost in dave’s computer machine but now is found.
My new Vans AWT Switchbacks are now my favorite winter shoes. They’re waterproof! also gripy and comfortable like all my other vans. Been giving them some good testing in the deep snow and aslo just to proove a point walking up a stream with my dog, (as you do).
Check the others out here!
Fixedgearlondon was founded by Andy and Ted in 2005, riding fixed has since become our lives – and more. This frame is the first that Ted has built from scratch and is Fixedgearlondons’ interpretation of what a Vans fixed gear bike should be like.
just started riding in these babies:
they are sweet, son!
riding today they felt snug in clips, with the toe nice and solid, but still maintaining the comfort of normal vans, and they felt great straight out of the box. 3m keeps the parents happy too. win win
Also wanted again to thank Jordan for the krispy kreme feast that he treated us to today. donuts + star wars =awesome
Lots of shit happened here today! First of all Andy had to wake up early cause we had a delivery from Continental!!! Yep, we got some tyres from the Conti guys (Thanks Rob!!!). We have been fans of these tyres ever since we got the Touring Plus Security in February and they just wouldn’t die. Basically they gave us Ultra GatorSkins for the front and Touring Plus Security for the back, and that for the whole crew!
It doesn’t stop there, a German TV film crew came to our HQ today. They watched us working and asked us a couple of questions… This will be broadcasted on Thursday on the ARD (something like the German BBC) late evening news at 10 p.m., which is 9p.m. UK time. Plus it will be online just after it’s broadcasted (in German only, though…).