The reimagined version of the classic Vans Slip-On and 73 DX Lace-Up is inspired by the beloved Dirty Martini cocktail, a favorite of both Snyder and discerning drinkers worldwide.
The “Dirty Martini” Vans collab shakes up two limited, luxe takes on classic skater styles—the Slip-On 98 DX and the Lace-Up 73 DX. (“DX” stands for “Deluxe”).
The double shot of sneakers celebrates the very first Vans factory in Anaheim, California reintroducing an iconic silhouette that borrows details from the original while amping up comfort and design details, including a cushy cork footbed and a pop of orange at the aglets of the 73 DX and at the bottom of both styles.
The upper is crafted from a premium rough suede vegetable-tanned “Snyder Olive”—a signature hue of the brand—for a cool neutral look “that’s stylish enough to take you from the longboard to toasts at a summer wedding,” according to Snyder’s announcement of the shoes.
It’s just the latest chic release in Snyder’s growing galaxy of style collabs, which recently saw the New York-based designer teaming with classic aviator sunglasses brand Randolph Engineering.
The Todd Snyder x Vans “Dirty Martini” sneaker collection is available now for $120 per pair, exclusively at ToddSnyder.com.