Show Off Your Inner Nerd with the Nintendo Themed VANS Collection

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Whether you’re willing to admit it or not. We all have an inner geek. To help you show that inner geek off to the world, Vans and Nintendo came together and put out a sick collab of sneakers, hats, shirts, bags and accessories to stunt on everybody with.

4MLJPA-HEROVans brought out all the old school Nintendo themes and icons for this collection. From the Donkey Kong slip-ons, to the Princess Peach lows, there are so many ways to flip this collection and it’s all based on classic Nintendo icons and games. Even if you didn’t play any video games as a kid. Who doesn’t know and love Super Mario or Donkey Kong, Link or a lot of the classic characters printed on all this cool shit?

It would be a shame if the summer goes by and you’re not rocking any of this dope gear on a casual day. If you wanna get you some you can buy this stuff online at Vans right HERE or you can just hit up the malls and look around and try your luck. I know Journeys carries some this stuff and you probably get it if you look in the right places but no matter where or how you get it, you gotta get it. Geeks are cool. Embrace your inner nerd and rock them Vans.

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Mike Bitter is a born gadget head and true lover of technology. It all started with computer classes at age 10 and his first PC the Tandy 1000. From then on he found his love and he became a gamer and a PC builder and has not stopped since. He specializes in hardware, troubleshooting and custom PC building. He’s known as the “fixer” amongst his friends whenever there is a problem with a PC or a Mac. He’s also fully immersed in all things that pertain to the world of computers and gaming. He’s an 80’s baby and he grew up watching technology evolve from the NES to PS4 and from the Commodore 64 to the iMac. He has a unique and minimalist perspective on technology and is here to help the average person to understand technology today.