Who should buy the Vans Atwood
The low-top Atwood gives off an old-school vibe, which is quite reminiscent of heritage Vans footwear. Buy this product if:
- You're looking for kicks that look great with skinny jeans or cotton shorts.
- Your feet need something roomy and breathable at the same time.
- Grippy and responsive sneakers are what you're after.
- Ridiculously low-cost kicks make you swoon.
Who should NOT buy it
Looking for something you can break in easily? Then check out the plush Vans Old Skool. Also, turn to the Vans Era instead if you're somewhat skeptical about Atwood's durability.
Keeps feet pampered for extended periods
The Vans Atwood Lows, according to many, is a comfortable sneaker that's great to walk around in or use at work for long hours.
Requires a bit of patience
This classy yet sporty sneaker needs time and repeated use to break in fully.
Vans Atwood: Simple and clean
The style of this low-top sneaker is a looker with its fresh, clean look, those who have given it rave reviews say.
A more relaxed fit
The Vans Atwood has a kind of fit that feels quite inviting, even to peeps who have broad feet.
Style up easily with the Atwood
Purchasers say that the shoe and its many colorways go with everything, whether you're dressing up or down.
Reports say that the Vans Atwood has a flexible and grippy sole. This rubber layer also gives more than enough boardfeel.
Carefree and sweat-free steps in the Atwood
The Vans Atwood is a lightweight sneaker that provides excellent breathability, making it ideal for summer getaways.
Not the most durable out there
Many people say that the Vans Atwood's sole unit and canvas upper separate way too soon.
An ally to your wallet
With its initial asking price not going beyond the 70-dollar mark, the Vans Atwood can be considered a giveaway.
The Vans Atwood family
The Atwood model from Vans has three styles: Low, High, and Mid. The mid-top model became the subject of a collaboration between Vans and the BMX brand, CVLT, in June of 2011.
Vans Atwood vs. Vans Authentic
The Vans Atwood has a somewhat similar style to the Authentic silhouette, and some buyers may be confused about which to get. The Atwood has a profile that is higher than the Authentic, and it's much bulkier too. The tongue of the Atwood sneaker is also more padded and, therefore, far comfier.