Summary

We spent 5.7 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what sneaker fanatics think:

7 reasons to buy

  • Many purchasers were delighted with the fun tiger stripe print of these shoes. 
  • A lot mentioned about receiving several compliments on their Vans Woven Tiger Slip-On SFs.
  • The fold-down heels provide added function and versatility to these low-top casual kicks, several users claimed.
  • These are super comfortable sneakers with its “squishy” and exceptionally-cushioned soles and soft fabric uppers, according to plenty of reviewers. 
  • Vans Woven Tiger Slip-On SFs have roomy toeboxes unlike other models with narrow-fitting ones, a few testers noted. 
  • The sneakers look to be durable with their nice, thick weaves and sturdy soles, according to some consumers.
  • A handful praised the quality build of these low-top Vans shoes.

2 reasons not to buy

  • A majority of users reported that Vans Woven Tiger Slip-On SFs run big by at least a half size.
  • The shoes need breaking in. They will feel tight during the first few uses but will stretch after a couple of days or so.

Bottom line

Vans Woven Tiger Slip-On SFs add a fresh new spin to the Vans Slip-On SF silhouette. These kicks are super stylish and set off outfits in a significant way, even the simplest ensembles. The texture on the fabric adds a fascinating facet to the sneakers, and the shoes were obviously put together carefully. 

The shoes run big. They may also feel tight for the first few uses, but they can be the most comfortable kicks once broken in. The squishy midsoles add to the comfort while the fold-down heels provide enhanced functionality. 

Facts

Base model: Vans Slip-On SF
Top: Low
Inspired from: Skate
Collection: Vans Slip-On
Price: $58
Size
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Fortunately for people with small feet, Vans Woven Tiger Slip On SF shoes are offered in a wide range of sizes starting from 3.5 to 13 for men and 5 to 14.5 for women.

The slip-on design makes for easy on and off especially with the fold down heel backs. 

Most Vans silhouettes are easy to style because they match many casual outfits. It’s no different with Vans Woven Tiger sneakers. Like the shoes in the Vans Slip-On lineup, these also look good matched with skirts, jeans, and shorts. Dresses will work too, but this can be a bit tricky. You’d need no-print fabrics to match the shoes with them easily. 

There’s the fun tiger print to draw the eye to the shoes and the iconic silhouette of the legendary Vans Slip-On to keep it there. The minimalistic style of the Vans Woven Tiger Slip-On SF is one of the shoes’ best feature. It makes the kicks pretty versatile, and if you travel a lot, you only need to bring that one pair because these shoes go well with everything.

UltraCush Eco insoles make these Slip-Ons by Vans more comfortable with their excellent cushioning characteristics.

Vans, the California-based footwear and apparel brand, has launched many iconic silhouettes over the years. One of these is the Vans Slip-On which debuted in 1977 as Style #98. The Slip-On was a favorite among many, but it quickly reached legendary status when its Checkerboard iteration (Vans Checkerboard Slip-On) was featured in Sean Penn’s Fast Times at Ridgemont High. 

The Vans Classic Slip-On was given another version in the form of the Classic Slip-On SF, a model under Vans Surf line. This release spawned yet another iteration in the way of the Tiger Slip-On SF. The kicks have many of the same details of their ancestor model, but this time the shoes come with a tiger print design and fold-down heels.

  • Vans Woven Tiger Slip On SF sneakers feature flexible, single-wrapped waffle bottom soles. 
  • The shoes were built with water-based inks and glues.

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