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Fit & Sizing

The Vans Yacht Club Era 59 is available in men's and women's sizing. Men can pick from sizes 6.5 to 13 while women can choose from sizes 5 to 14.5 US in medium width. This shoe runs true to size and inserted with generous padding on the collar and molded EVA footbed for added comfort and support. The traditional lace-up closure of this kick delivers personalized, secure fit for cozier feel with every stride.

Vans Yacht Club Era 59 Style

The low-top Vans Yacht Club Era 59 featured the four-decade-old profile but uplifted with radiant colorways reminiscent of the yachtsman life. It combined smoothly in the lifestyle world without being typecast as skateboarding sneaker. Its upper is made of canvas, highlighted with contrasting leather heel and tongue for authentic beachside feel.

The straightforward and clean look of this kick boosts its versatility that can match up to any ensemble. Wearers usually can be seen strutting their Yacht Club Era 59 with denim jeans, joggers, rolled up trousers, khakis, or shorts. To display a genuine beach-feel or laidback look, most finish up their overall ensemble with white tees with unbuttoned polo, and fedora hat or trucker cap.

Meanwhile, ladies can be spotted sporting their Vans Yacht Club Era 59 with leggings, ankle pants, shorts, skirt, or with their long or short dresses. They commonly finish their entire relaxed look with a hat and a lightweight summer jacket for the chilly nights.

Notable Features

The vibrant color combinations of the Vans Yacht Club Era 59 give its followers and onlookers striking element wherever its wearer may be. The double-stitched canvas upper with contrasting leather heel and tongue accent enhance the overall relaxed look of this sneaker.

Vans Yacht Club Era 59 History

The Vans #95 or also known as Era was launched in the 1976 and gained instant success in the skateboarders' domain. It was designed by skaters Tony Alva and Stacy Peralta and successfully turned as the footwear of choice for a generation of Thrashers.

The Vans Era was initially designed to withstand the robust wear and tear. It was believed to the very first skateboarding shoe ever launched. It was engineered to having more cushioning at the ankle and provides non-slip outsole perfect for onboard tricks.

Vans launched the very first Era in red and blue colorway and started the 'Off the Wall' slogan that can be seen applied on the rubber heel of the Era. Four decades had passed, the campaign is still intact and continues to represent the brand.

Recognizably, the Era is one of the successful Vans silhouettes of the Vans and continues to be a famous casual, fashionable sneaker and known to be one of the perennial favorites in the Vans' impressive repertoire of sneakers.

The brand has launched various iterations under the umbrella of Era, and one of it its the Vans Era 59 dressed in upper leather rests atop a durable and grippy outsole. Later on, another variation was molded from the Vans Era 59 and called it the Vans Yacht Club Era 59.

The low-top Yacht Club Era 59 showcases a double-stitched canvas upper with leather accents. The brand inserted generous padding on the collar to add support and flexibility and the signature waffle pattern outsole for tricks on and off the board.

Additional Info

  • The Vans Yacht Club Era 59 has the vulcanized waffle pattern outsole that provides reliable traction on and off the board. While the vulcanized sole does not provide better protection as the cupsole, many Thrashers prefer it as it delivers better board feel and lightness.
  • The molded Ethyl Vinyl Acetate (EVA) footbed is considered more firm than the standard orthotics and provides better shock absorbing features and reduces the overall weight of the shoe.