You will have to design your own Vans shoes if you want someone to shout “Look that that Vans shoes! Why it looks so special? I’ve never seen that before!” On and off, I often design my own Vans shoes online and see if it looks great on my feet. If I really fall in love with the design I created, I will place the order and let Vans craft the shoes and then send it to me. Nothing is happier than get a pair of unique and special Vans shoes that you don’t find it in any Vans shoes outlet right? If you are just like me finding a decent pair of Vans shoes in the color, design, and size you want, you may try to create your own Vans shoes online. Ready? If you are ready let’s just follow these steps to create a custom Vans shoes now.
Vans official website actually offers a page where you can customize your own Vans shoes. Well, the link is here and the steps are:
- First step, select the shoe style you prefer. You will see the basic six styles appear at the page – Authentic, Authentic Lo-Pro, ERA, Slip-on, Old Skool, and 106. Choose the style you want and then you will see the starting price appear on top right corner.
- Second, follow the step to choose your gender and the shoe size you prefer. You will then redirect to a page to select the shoe you want.
- After second step you will reach an amazing page where you can select any color you prefer on each part including vamp, quarter, tongue, tongue binding, foxing, foxing stripe, laces, eyelets, as well as collar lining. Once you have done, click add to cart to proceed to the payment page. You can always hit the back button if you are not satisfied with the outcome.
- The last step is payment. You will need a credit card or debit card to make the payment otherwise you can pay it with PayPal account.
Tips: Make sure you know your shoe size. If you don’t know, go to Vans shoe store and have a salesman measure it for you. Don’t use the measurement from other brand because you are buying Vans shoes. If you compare the price with a normal Vans shoes from the store, you may end up paying a little bit more for the custom shoes. However, the happiness of getting a pair of shoes you customize by yourself is something can’t be measured by money.