Verdict from 6 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • The Vans Forgotten Bones Slip-On has a unique and stylish design that has left a lot of customers happily stupefied.
  •  It is among the Vans sneakers that offer comfort, according to many testers. 
  • Several commenters have declared that it is among the Vans Classic Slip-Ons with a versatile design perfect for various outfits. 
  • The low-top Vans Forgotten Bones Slip-On skate shoes are up for grabs at a budget-friendly price tag. 
  • Some wearers have shared that they receive compliments whenever they wear this updated version of the timeless Slip-On
  • This skate shoe offers arch support that is appreciated by a couple of users. 

2 reasons not to buy

  • It fits a bit narrow, according to a couple of reviewers.
  • The Vans Forgotten Bones Slip-On is not available in other colorways. 

Bottom line

Vans Slip-On has a timeless silhouette that received another interpretation by donning what we can consider as a gothic-inspired design. Though it bears a modern update, it manages to keep its classic elements combined with a new style that can turn heads around. 

Plus, comfort can still be expected by its loyal followers. Without breaking one's wallet, the Vans Forgotten Bones Slip-On is a worthy addition to a rotation of comfy and stylish kicks.

Good to know

The Vans Forgotten Bones Slip-On is available in men's and women's sizing. Its low-top profile gives the ankle the chance to move without any restriction. It has an upper made of canvas material that allows sufficient air circulation, keeping the foot fresh and dry. 

Another significant characteristic of the shoe is its vulcanized construction that delivers an optimum board feel. Also, it has a leather-line ankle collar and footbed that are sufficiently padded for support and comfort. 

Level up your outfit and hit the board with the new exciting design that the Vans Forgotten Bones Slip-On offers. This low-profile footwear is more than just a skate shoe but also a perfect lifestyle sneaker. The upper sports skull images and gothic-font texts that say "Damn I need my Vans" and "Since 66."

Needless to say, the low-top Forgotten Bones Slip-On from Vans is an example of a laceless sneaker with a unique and eye-catching design. It can definitely go well with denim jeans, khaki pants, shorts, or even track pants. Since it has a unisex design, ladies can also wear this shoe with their miniskirts.

Excite yourself with the new head-turning design from Vans. The Forgotten Bones Slip-On has a black upper that highlights white skull and skeleton graphics and interesting texts. Once again, this timeless silhouette has proven that it can still reinvent itself into having a more exciting look.

The Vans Classic Slip-On or Style 98 initially debuted in 1974. Since its released, this timeless silhouette has been reinvented and reinterpreted more than your fingers can count. Using different materials, it has also been used in a variety of fantastic collaborations that resulted in what fans can consider a work of art. 

Some of the retailers, brands, companies, and celebrities that have joined forces with Vans to create astounding iterations are Goodhood, Engineered Garments, Made for the Makers, MLB, Peanuts, A Tribe Called Quest, Independent, and Marvel. 

Among the new additions to its growing collection is the Vans Forgotten Bones Slip-On. It has a black canvas upper, highlighting white graphics such as the skulls and Vans texts. It has a white midsole that perfectly contrasting the black and white upper. Also, it has the signature Vans waffle outsole that provides a superior grip. 

  • The Vans Forgotten Bones Slip-On has an elastic goring that keeps the foot secure. 
  • Vans branding is evident near the elastic goring and at the back of the midsole. 
  • Vans' signature waffle tread pattern for grip.
  • Vans logo detailing throughout.
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.