Posted by Chris on July 18, 2014 at 11:44 AM CST
Vans has released the following info on their San Diego Comic-Con plans:

VANS Releases Limited Edition Vans x Star Wars™ Posters at Comic-Con 2014

Join Vans at Lucasfilm Pavilion for Vans x Star Wars™ Designer Signings July 25 & 26

This season, Vans took off for a galaxy far, far away to launch the Vans x Star Wars™ collection for fall 2014. The collaboration brought the best of both worlds, with vintage Vans prints infused with iconic Star Wars™ artwork. To celebrate the successful project and to thank fans for their support, Vans will release these unique prints as limited edition posters exclusively at Comic-Con San Diego.

Join Vans in the Lucasfilm Pavilion at booth #2913-V on Friday, July 25 and Saturday, July 26 for a special signing with Vans x Star Wars™ designers. Vans designers Taka Hayashi, Calvin Garcia and Tony Munoz will be on hand for this event. See flier for specific times.

Check out the fall 2014 Vans x Star Wars™ collection at www.vans.com/starwars and prepare yourself for Vans x Star Wars™ round two coming this holiday season. May the Force be with you.




Also, check out the Dark Side project coming this October!
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