Vans UltraRange EXO MTE: Keeps you light, dry, and comfy

Vans launched the UltraRange series intended for surf teams. The brand wanted to offer these teams footwear that they could don in between their adventures.

Vans UltraRange EXO MTE Logo

Because of its versatility, the UltraRange seamlessly turned into one of the lifestyle scene's favorite silhouettes to date. 

Vans UltraRange EXO MTE Midsole

Currently, Vans offers countless UltraRange models. One of the latest is the Vans UltraRange EXO MTE, the low-top version of the UltraRange EXO Hi MTE. It displays the classic UltraRange flair added with durable features to make it last.

Vans UltraRange EXO MTE Laces

It highlights its MTE 360 technology to gear you up for various weather conditions. 

Vans UltraRange EXO MTE Heel

Remarkable features: 

This sneaker carries common features of its UltraRange siblings but only differ in a few:

Vans UltraRange EXO MTE Outsole

  • The excellent support on the ankle and forefoot provides a lock-in feel to make your feet secured with walking or skating.
  • Its treated mesh upper sheds away light moisture. 
  • It is inserted with a comfortable, flexible, and lightweight UltraCush that adds an overall cozy experience.

Vans UltraRange EXO MTE Toebox

  • Pull tabs on the heel and tongue allows easier on and off.
  • The reversed lug waffle pattern gumsole found underfoot provides plenty of traction and durability. 

Vans UltraRange EXO MTE Collar

Facts / Specs

Base model: Vans UltraRange EXO
Style: Sporty
Top: Low
Inspired from: Hiking
Collection: Vans Ultrarange, Vans UltraCush
Closure: Laces
Material: Canvas, Gum Sole, EVA / Fabric

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