Who is selling Vans in Perth?
📍 Want to travel to Perth and interested in stores that sell your favourite Vans brand? We have compiled a complete list of retailers that carry Vans products. We may not have all the stores here, if your favourite is missing, feel free to drop us a line. If you are missing a store, do not hesitate to contact us.
Updated January 2022
|F||Foot Locker||Shop T201 Lakeside SC, 420 Joondalup Dr, Joondalup WA 6027, Australia|
|Foot Locker||Shop T18/T19 Armadale Shopping City, 206 Jull St, Armadale WA 6112, Australia|
|Foot Locker||Shop T078 Midland Gate SC, 274 Great Eastern Hwy, Midland WA 6056, Australia|
|Foot Locker||Shop 195/196/125 Riseley St, Booragoon WA 6154, Australia|
|Foot Locker||Shop 2134 Galleria SC Cnr Collier & Walter Rds, Morley WA 6062, Australia|
|Foot Locker||Shop 1148 Westfield Carousel, 1382 Albany Hwy, Cannington WA 6107, Australia|
|Foot Locker & House of Hoops||197 Murray Street, Perth WA 6000, Australia|
|V||Vans Murray Street||Lower Ground, 195 Murray St, Perth WA 6000, Australia|
Vans at a glance.
Arguably the most popular skateboarding footwear and apparel brand around. Vans first launched in 1966 as the Van Doren Rubber Company. Brothers Paul Van Doren and colleagues Gordon Lee and Serge Delia founded the company to create rubber sneakers that they manufacture inside the store premises in Anaheim, California. These very sneakers are then sold to the public within the same day or in a few days.
Back then, the group doesn’t usually name the shoes by giving them “names”. Instead, they assign numbers. And so they did, the first Vans model, called #44, debuted.
By the 1970s, Vans were all over Southern California thanks to the rise of skateboarders who chose the shoe for their skating sessions. The rubber shoe’s durable upper and sticky sole became the main highlight of the shoe. And Vans took advantage of this.
1976 saw the arrival of the first skateboard-specific Vans model. Dubbed the #95, the shoe was designed by skateboarders Tony Alva and Stacy Peralta. Which further influenced more groups of skateboarders to rock the silhouette. The #95 is now commonly known as the Vans Era.
One thing about the early Vans sneakers is that they didn’t have a logo, only the tag on the midfoot. So Vans introduced the #36, or Old Skool, which featured a jazz stripe on the sides and became a signature detail of the brand. The high-top Sk8-Hi also featured the Vans sidestripes to increase the lateral stability of skaters.
Another iconic Vans model is the Classic Slip-On. It’s easy to wear and easy to style, a must-have for skaters or simply for people who just wanted to go about their day.
Vans had a long history, and they expanded their grounds further as the company now sponsors other outdoor sports such as BMX, surfing, snowboarding, and even motocross.
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