When it comes to epic footwear, height really is everything. Low-top shoes are your standard height for everyday use. Mid-tops tend to go no higher than your ankle, while high-tops extend completely over the ankle. Whether you're skating or biking, consider what shoes you're looking to rock this season.
From low to mid and high-tops, hit the streets with the right sole on your side. Redefine sneaker culture with the iconic side stripe and embrace key features like a durable suede upper and a padded tongue.
If you are seeking to level up your support while you skate, go for a pair with padded collar and heel counters for added flexibility. Plus, you can't go wrong with our vulcanized signature Waffle Outsole. Whatever height you invest in, get stoked for some next-level gear.
Are you still scouting out your next pair of skate shoes? We've done the research for you. Whether you're relentlessly pushing boundaries at home, or seeking another epic adventure, lace-up and get that next level grip with Vans today.
What are low top trainers?
Low-top trainers are shoes that do not cover the ankle. Made famous by a minimal design and maximum support, they are sometimes called "low-tops" or simply "lows". As durable as they are stylish, a low-top lace-up is a must for any wardrobe.
The best low-top trainers out there offer sturdy canvas and suede uppers with padded collars for major support to the max. No stranger to repeated wear, reinforced toe caps can handle any trick you've got up your sleeve.