Converse size vs vans

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More than likely you’ve seen lifters wearing Vans and Converse at the gym when doing things like squats and deadlifts. Originally, Vans and Converse were not designed for lifting, however, their 0mm heel-to-toe drops and fairly firm outsoles make them prime contenders for supporting heavy weight training, especially deadlifts.

If you’ve been on the fence between choosing Vans and Converse for your next lifting-friendly shoe, then you’re in luck. I’ve broken down all of the essential need-to-know details between the Vans Authentic shoes and Converse Chuck Taylor All-Stars.

As a powerlifter, these are two popular shoe options that I’ll rotate through for training purposes and have deadlifted up to lbs in each model. In this Vans vs Converse article, we’ll discuss multiple key categories for each shoe and how they compare.

If you’re on the market for new cross-training shoes make sure you check out the That Fit Friend cross-training shoe finder. This calculator will match you with your perfect pairs.

Vans Vs Converse Workout Performance

To gather a full understanding of Vans and Converse in the gym, I’m going to break this performance section into a few key categories.

Best Shoe for Powerlifting (Deadlifting and Squatting)

Both Vans and Converse work for powerlifting-focused training and this is due to their 0mm heel-to-toe drop and firm outsole construction. For powerlifting, you need to excel in three exercises, the squat, bench press, and deadlift. Vans and Converse’s zero-drop construction make them great contenders for deadlifting specifically as they help provide a flat surface to pull from.

Vans vs Converse Powerlifting

A flat and firm outsole allows you to root the feet better and really drive into the ground, hence why each of these models fair great for powerlifting-focused athletes. Personally, I do think the Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star shoes have a slightly firmer insole construction compared to most Vans models. This can make them a marginally better pick for anyone training with maximal loads.

In addition, some Vans models have a slightly higher stack height compared to Converse Chuck Taylor All-Stars, so when breaking down granular differences, Converse has a slight edge when it comes to powerlifting.

Winner: Converse, but not by much. However, powerlifting is a game of inches and little details can matter.

Best Shoe for Overall Performance

From a recreational lifting point of view, Vans and Converse are fairly neck and neck. The general Converse Chuck Taylor All-Stars feature a canvas upper which is fairly durable across the board and will usually last a few months before breakdown issues are experienced. My Converse typically lasts months before I notice any signs of upper construction breakdown.

Most Vans models come with either a canvas, suede, or leather upper. The canvas upper is the most commonly used in Vans’ shoes in the gym and is similar to the Converse in regard to long-term durability. My Vans last about months before the upper stretches from lifting or the stitching starts to fray.

Vans vs Converse Lifting

Suggested Read: My top 5 favorite cross-training shoes for deadlifts.

As for stability, I think both of these models will perform fairly equally for the general lifter. The Vans do have a slightly more cushioned insole, but overall, I don’t think this will impact the recreational lifter in a negative way and may actually be more comfortable for regular wear.

Winner: Tie. Both models have similar upper durability for recreational training and the Vans may be a more comfortable option overall.

Vans Vs Converse Durability

When it comes to durability, it’s to select a true winner between Vans and Converse. Each model has very similar core construction features and neither of these shoes is technically designed for lifting-focused wear, so in this context, their durability can be slightly skewed compared to those who wear these models on a day-to-day basis.

Vans vs Converse Durability (1)

The most common Vans and Converse models that are worn in the gym generally feature canvas uppers. Canvas is fairly durable on a daily basis, but in the gym, it can be prone to ripping and stretching. If you’ve ever worn a pair of Converse for a while, then you’ve likely noticed how the medial upper material starts to collapse from constant stress and daily wear.

When squatting and deadlifting a lot of weight, the canvas that surrounds the boots of these shoes can be prone to stretching and ripping. I’ve had a pair of Converse rip at the boot and a pair of Vans start to rip around the upper part by the big toe. In both of these cases, this was around the 8-month mark of religious wear with the shoes.

Winner: Tie. Both models are good for about months which makes sense when you consider their price point and that they’re not really designed for the gym.

Vans Vs Converse Sizing

For performance and durability, both Vans and Converse are fairly similar, however, for sizing this is not the case. If you’re buying these shoes for primarily lifting and daily wear, then you’ll want to get the sizing right for comfort and performance purposes.

Vans Vs Converse Sizing Differences

Before buying, I also suggest checking out what Vans and Converse say in their product details about sizing as this can also help you decide what size to go with.

Vans Sizing Thoughts

For the general pair of Vans, most should be safe going true to size. Most Vans fit fairly true with their length and typically have a medium width throughout the toe and mid-foot.

That being said, if you’re new to Vans, they may feel a little narrow through the mid-foot, so expect that when grabbing a pair. Generally though, the canvas upper will stretch a bit and break-in so this is usually not the biggest deal for most.

Sizing Thoughts: Go true to size, but if you have a wider foot, then you may want to up a half size.

Converse Sizing Thoughts

Converse can be a pain to get right when it comes to sizing especially if you’re new to wearing them. For most folks, you’ll want to size down a half size to a full size. This will help you not feel like you’re swimming in the toe box, and you won’t look like you’re wearing clown shoes.

Converse can feel fairly slim through the mid-foot similar to Vans, but they do stretch out over time, so give them a few sessions and they’ll likely start to form fit your foot a bit better.

Sizing Thoughts: Size down a half to full-size. If you generally have a good amount of room in the toes in your normal shoes, then go a full size down.

Vans Vs Converse Comfort

Overall, both of these shoes are okay from a comfort standpoint. They’re obviously not going to be the most forgiving for long-duration wear due to their firmer outsole construction and low heel-to-toe drops, but they do okay.

Vans vs Converse Comfort

Plus, over the last few years, Converse, which is now owned by Nike has had their insoles slightly reworked to provide a bit more responsiveness and comfort for longer-term wear. Converse can be worn to run errands in and for lifting sessions and they’ll be decently comfortable. I would not recommend them for long walks or all-day wear though.

Similar to Converse, the Vans Authentic shoes have a decently responsive insole. In my opinion, the Vans insole is a bit more cushioned than the Converse, so they do have a slight edge for comfort. Still, though, I wouldn’t recommend wearing Vans for long-term wear or standing all day in.

Winner: Tie. Both models are okay for shorter duration wear and lifting but fall short for all-day wear.

Vans Vs Converse Price

The positive about rocking Vans and Converse in the gym is that their price points are fairly similar. For this article, I chose two of the most popular options worn from each company, the Vans Authentic and Converse Chuck Taylor All-Stars.

Both of these shoes are fairly consistent with price and that’s a good thing since their durability can be a little spotty at times. For either of these models, you can expect to pay between $45 USD and $60 USD.

Wrapping Up

The Vans Authentic shoes and Converse Chuck Taylor All-Stars are both popular training shoes for lifters everywhere. Truthfully, they’re both very similar and if we want to get granular, then I do think the Converse Chuck Taylor All-Stars take a slight edge for stability.

If you have any questions on these two models, please feel free to drop a comment below or reach out via Instagram (@jake_boly)!

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Jake Boly

I've been in the fitness and strength training industry for nearly a decade. In that time, I've trained hundreds of clients, created thousands of articles, reviewed countless products, and produced a large list of training videos. And truthfully, I'm only getting started! As for my educational background, I have my Masters in Sports Science, Bachelors in Exercise Science, and have my CSCS.

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I&#;ve compared Vans vs Converse sizing across many of their most popular styles and I found Converse to often run a little looser and longer than my classic Vans shoes. And specifically my Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars ran about a half size bigger than my Vans.

***UPDATE: Both Vans and Converse now have their own sizing tutorials to help you find the right fit based on your specific foot size.Click here to viewto view the Vans sizing tutorial available at Vans.com (affiliate link takes you to Vans.com). Click here to view the Converse sizing tutorial available at Converse.com (affiliate link takes you to Converse.com). This is the best place to start for both brands.

I&#;ve worn the Vans Sk8-Hi, Vans Atwood Mid, Vans Slip On, Vans Old Skool, Vans Authentic, Vans UltraRange EXO, Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars, Converse Pro Leathers, and Converse One Stars, and I have found them all to be true to size with the exception of my Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars and Converse One Stars, which ran a little bit bigger than the rest of the shoes. If you&#;ve worn Converse Chucks, and like how they fit, you may need to size up Vans a half size to get that same fit.

For a quick illustration on Converse vs Vans sizing, in the photo below my size 12 Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars (right) are sitting next to my size 12 Vans Sk8-Hi Shoes (left). Both shoes are pushed up against the door so that they are evenly aligned:

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As you can see, the Converse Chucks are about a half size longer than the Vans Sk8-Hi shoes. I personally order my normal sizing in Vans, and size Converse Chucks down a half size, but I like shoes to fit snug. If you prefer a looser fit, you may need to size Vans up a half size.

But, I want to re-emphasize, I have worn other Converse styles (specifically, Converse One Stars and Converse Pro Leathers) and found that the Converse Pro Leathers have a closer fit compared to Vans than the Converse Chucks do. For example, below are my size 12 Converse Pro Leather shoes (right) compared to those same size 12 Vans Sk8-Hi shoes (left). Still felt like the Converse was a little bit looser, but not as much as the Chucks were.

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Quickly regarding wide feet: Many types of Vans and Converse shoes are performance shoes that, by design, aren&#;t wide and loose. Because of that, the fit may be too narrow for those of you who have wide feet. But you do have options.

  • To order Vans wide sizing, you actually need to go to the Vans &#;Custom&#; page, where you can make custom changes which include ordering custom wide fit shoes. Click here to view the custom wides available at Vans.com (affiliate link takes you to Vans.com).
  • To order Converse wide sizing, and specifically Converse Chucks, click here to view the Converse Chucks page at Converse.com, where you can also see the option to order wide sizing (affiliate link takes you to Converse.com).

In this article I want to focus on comparing Vans vs Converse sizing using real photos of the shoes that I own. This can help illustrate the differences in sizing, and how it varies style to style. For other comparison information, visit my article about Vans vs Adidas Sizing.

If you want to do a deep dive on Converse fit and sizing, visit my Converse Sizing Guide. For weight information, visit our article about Converse Shoe Weight.


Vans vs Converse Sizing

Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars vs Vans Sk8-Hi Sizing

As I discussed above, these two styles I found to actually have different sizing. My Converse Chucks fit about a half size bigger than my Vans Sk8-Hi shoes. To read more about the Chucks, visit our article about Converse Chuck Taylor sizing. Here are these shoes compared, both size

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Vans Sk8-Hi vs Converse Pro Leather Sizing

In my experience, the Vans Sk8-Hi shoes have a closer fit to the Converse Pro Leathers than the Chucks do. Still felt like the Converse was a little looser. These are narrow shoes so you will need to consider wide sizing if you have wide feet. Here are mine (both size 12):

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Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars vs Vans Authentic Sizing

In my experience, the Converse Chucks run about a half size bigger than the Vans Authentic Lows. These are both narrow shoes so you will need to consider wide sizing if you have wide feet. Here are mine (both size 12):

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Vans Authentic vs Converse Pro Leather Sizing

In my experience, the Vans Authentic shoes have a very closer fit to the Converse Pro Leathers than they do to the Converse Chucks. Converse still felt a little looser, but it was very close. These are narrow shoes so you will need to consider wide sizing if you have wide feet. Here are mine (both size 12):

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Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars vs Vans UltraRange EXO Sizing

The Vans UltraRange are a little bit longer than other Vans shoes, but they have extra padding behind the foot that other Vans shoes don&#;t have. Ultimately, I felt like the Vans UltraRange shoes fit true to size, and the Converse Chucks run a little bit bigger than them. Here are mine (both size 12):

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Vans UltraRange EXO vs Converse Pro Leather Sizing

Overall, I found the sizing for the Converse Pro Leather shoes to be very similar to the sizing of the Vans UltraRange shoes. Both shoes fit true to size. Here are mine (both size 12):

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Converse One Stars vs Vans Sk8 Hi Sizing

I have found the Converse One Stars to be similar to the Converse Chucks in that they run slightly bigger than most Vans sizing. The Converse One Stars fit looser than the Vans Sk8-Hi shoes, but I would caution you when you look at the photo below, take into account that the Converse One Stars have a more pointed toe and a thick rubber overlay around the toe that makes them look longer than they fit. Here are mine (both size 12):

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Converse One Stars vs Vans UltraRange EXO Sizing

As I mentioned earlier, I have found the Vans UltraRange shoes to fit just a slight bit bigger than other Vans shoes that I&#;ve owned. Overall, the fit between the Converse One Stars and the Vans UltraRange EXO is very similar. Remember, the Convers One Stars (left) have that thick rubber overlay around the toe which makes them look longer than they fit. Here are mine (both size 12):

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Converse One Stars vs Vans Authentic Sizing

I have found the Converse One Stars to be similar to the Converse Chucks in that they run slightly bigger than most Vans sizing, including these Vans Authentics.

The Converse One Stars fit looser than the Vans Authentics, but I would caution you when you look at the photo below, take into account that the Converse One Stars have a more pointed toe and a thick rubber overlay around the toe that makes them look longer than they fit. Here are mine (both size 12):

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Vans Old Skool vs Converse Sizing

I found the Vans Old Skool sizing (right) to be very similar to the sizing of the Converse Pro Leather shoes (left). This means you can expect the Vans Old Skool shoes to run a little bit smaller than the Converse Chucks since the Converse Chucks, in my experience, run slightly bigger than the Converse Pro Leathers. These Vans Old Skool and Converse Pro Leathers have a narrow fit so order wide sizing if you have wide feet. Here are mine (both size 12):

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Vans EVDNT UltimateWaffle vs Converse Sizing

I found the Vans UltimateWaffle to be very similar to the Vans UltraRange in that it fit a little bit bigger than other types of classic Vans shoes. To read more, visit my Vans EVDNT Size Guide. As you can see below, although the sizing compared to Converse Pro Leathers is similar, I thought the Vans EVDNT shoes were a little bit bigger.

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Vans vs Converse Fit Information

Are Vans Wider Than Converse?

In my experience, Vans are not wider than Converse. I have tried the Vans Old Skool, Vans Authentic, Vans Sk8-Hi, Vans Slip On, Vans UltraRange EXO, Converse Chucks, Converse Court Daze Pro Leathers, and Converse One Stars. In my experience, all of these shoes do have a narrow design. If you have wide feet, wide sizing is best.

  • To order Vans wide sizing, you actually need to go to the Vans &#;Custom&#; page, where you can make custom changes which include ordering custom wide fit shoes. Click here to view the custom wides available at Vans.com (affiliate link takes you to Vans.com).
  • To order Converse wide sizing, and specifically Converse Chucks, click here to view the Converse Chucks page at Converse.com, where you can also see the option to order wide sizing (affiliate link takes you to Converse.com).

Vans Sk8-Hi Shoes

The first thing you need to understand about Vans sizing, is some of Vans&#; skate shoes are designed to fit snug for performance. Here&#;s what Vans has to say about fit (source):

&#;Please note, by design, our high performance skate shoes tend to fit snug, so you may want to select a half size larger. Alternatively, if you have a wide foot, you may purchase one size larger to compensate for the width or check out designing your own pair of wide Customs!&#;

To order Vans Sk8-Hi wide sizing, you actually need to go to the Vans &#;Custom&#; page, where you can make custom changes which include ordering custom wide fit shoes. Click here to view the custom wides available at Vans.com (affiliate link takes you to Vans.com).

In my experience, Vans Sk8-Hi shoes fit is true to size. Again, as we discussed earlier, the Vans skate shoes can have a snug fit (and these do), but my normal sizing feels fine because I do not have wide feet.

Click here to buy the Vans Sk8-Hi shoes available at Vans.com (affiliate link takes you to Vans.com). There are multiple colors and styles available, including the option to customize. To read more, visit our Vans Sk8 Hi Sizing Guide.

Vans Old Skool Shoes

Vans Old Skool shoes are another type of classic skate shoe that also work really well as casual shoes. They can pair easily with both jeans and shorts. This is another shoe that will have a snug fit to enhance performance.

To order Vans wide sizing, you actually need to go to the Vans &#;Custom&#; page, where you can make custom changes which include ordering custom wide fit shoes. Click here to view the custom wides available at Vans.com (affiliate link takes you to Vans.com).

In my experience, Vans Old Skool shoes fit is true to size.

Click here to buy the Vans Old Skool shoes available at Vans.com (affiliate link takes you to Vans.com). There are multiple colors and styles available, including the option to customize. To read more about sizing, visit our Vans Old Skool Sizing Guide.

Vans UltraRange EXO Shoes

These Vans UltraRange shoes are some of my favorite shoes to wear because of how lightweight they are. My size 12 shoes only weigh pounds per shoe. They are very comfortable and don&#;t weigh your foot down.

In my experience these shoes have more of a traditional fit compared to other Vans styles. They were not quite as snug. &#; I found them to fit comfortably true to size.

Click here to buy the Vans UltraRange EXO shoes available at Vans.com (affiliate link takes you to Vans.com). There are multiple colors and styles available, including the option to customize.

Vans Authentic Shoes

Vans Authentic shoes are casual skate shoes that have a versatile design. In my experience, these shoes fit true to size, but did have a snug fit. If you have wide feet, you will want wide sizing.

To order Vans wide sizing, you actually need to go to the Vans &#;Custom&#; page, where you can make custom changes which include ordering custom wide fit shoes. Click here to view the custom wides available at Vans.com (affiliate link takes you to Vans.com).

Click here to buy the Vans Authentic shoes available at Vans.com (affiliate link takes you to Vans.com). There are multiple colors and styles available, including the option to customize. To read more about fit, visit our article about Vans Authentic Sizing.

Vans Slip On Shoes

The Vans Slip on Shoes are probably their most classic style. These shoes are ultra comfortable and very easy to wear. Overall, I found these shoes to fit true to size, and to fit very similar to all other Vans (photo below comparing this shoe to Vans Sk8-Hi).

To order these shoes in wide sizing, you actually need to go to the Vans &#;Custom&#; page, where you can make custom changes which include ordering custom wide fit shoes. Click here to view the custom wides available at Vans.com (affiliate link takes you to Vans.com).

Click here to buy the Vans Slip On shoes available at Vans.com (affiliate link takes you to Vans.com). There are multiple colors and styles available, including the option to customize. To read more, visit our Vans Slip On Sizing Guide.

Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars

You are likely familiar with the Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars. These shoes have been around for a long time, and even though they have a history rooted as performance shoes, they also blend in perfectly as casual shoes.

In my experience, these shoes fit a little bit bigger than most Vans shoes. They also fit a little bit bigger than my Converse One Star shoes. If you prefer a snug fit, you may need to size down a half size.

Click here to buy the Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars available at Converse.com (affiliate link takes you to Converse.com). There are multiple colors and styles available, including the option to customize.

Converse One Star Shoes

These Converse One Star shoes are another style that have been around for a long time, and they blend in perfectly as casual shoes. Just like the Converse Chucks, in my experience, these Converse One Star shoes fit a little bit bigger than most Vans shoes. If you prefer a snug fit, you may need to size down a half size.

Click here to buy the Converse One Stars available at Converse.com (affiliate link takes you to Converse.com). There are multiple colors and styles available, including mids, lows, and slip-ons.

Converse Court Daze Pro Leather Shoes

Another classic Converse shoe are the Converse Pro Leathers. Although you can find these shoes in mid versions, these are most commonly low top shoes.

In my experience, when comparing these Pro Leather Converse vs Vans sizing, I found these Converse Pro Leather shoes to fit very similar to classic Vans shoes. These shoes do fit a little bit smaller than my Converse Chuck Taylors. As you can see below, here are my size 12 Converse Chuck Taylors (left) compared to my Converse Pro Leathers (right):

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Although these shoes have a narrow build, I found the material to be very flexible, and it shapes comfortably to the foot. Here&#;s a closer look at my Converse Pro Leather Shoes:

Click here to buy the Converse Pro Leather shoes available at Converse.com (affiliate link takes you to Converse.com). There are multiple colors and styles available, including mids and lows.

Vans vs Converse Sizing Summary

In general, I found Vans shoes to fit slightly smaller than both the Converse Chucks and the Converse One Stars, but I found Vans to have similar sizing to the Converse Pro Leathers. If you prefer a loose fit, you may need to size Vans up a half size. If you prefer a snug fit, you may need to size the Converse Chucks and One Stars down a half size.

One reoccurring theme across many of these Vans and Converse shoes is that they fit narrow. Many types of Vans and Converse shoes are performance shoes that, by design, aren&#;t wide and loose. If you have wide feet, buying wide shoes is probably best.

  • To order Vans wide sizing, you actually need to go to the Vans &#;Custom&#; page, where you can make custom changes which include ordering custom wide fit shoes. Click here to view the custom wides available at Vans.com (affiliate link takes you to Vans.com).
  • To order Converse wide sizing, and specifically Converse Chucks, click here to view the Converse Chucks page at Converse.com, where you can also see the option to order wide sizing (affiliate link takes you to Converse.com).

Sizing Help: As I mentioned at the top, both Vans and Converse now have their own sizing tutorials to help you find the right fit based on your specific foot size.Click here to viewto view the Vans sizing tutorial available at Vans.com (affiliate link takes you to Vans.com). Click here to view the Converse sizing tutorial available at Converse.com (affiliate link takes you to Converse.com). This is the best place to start for both brands.

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The vans vs converse debate is one which has continually been discussed amongst individuals worldwide. There both 2 iconic footwear brands worldwide offering a range of classic silhouettes, embody a rich heritage & continue to focus on manufacturing high quality sneakers.

These discussions take place online & socially, therefore we have decided to compile a list of the benefits and disbenefits to help you decide which sneaker you prefer & to assist with your next purchase.

Vans vs Converse (The Pros and Cons)

VANS

Vans which was founded in is now one of the biggest manufactures of skateboard apparel. During its initial beginnings Vans sole purpose was to create comfortable footwear for skateboarders. A part of their creation were the classic slip-ons which are not only worn for skateboarding today but have become a fashion item. 

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Great Comfort and Durability

Wearing vans for the first time can feel odd to most people as there is no arch support.

Affordable pricing $40 - $70

Comes in both high top and low top

Comes in multiple styles and colours

Vans collaborate with other brands to create more exclusive sneakers

Perfectly pairs with skinny jeans

Certain vans are padded on the heel for extra protection. ​

Unisex

Converse

Converse have an interesting history which entails being one of the first brands to manufacture and market basketball sneakers with the first release in

The signature Chuck Taylor sneakers were first popularized by Chuck Taylor himself and other basketball players during this period. Since its initial beginnings in Converse sneakers are also regarded a fashion item.

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Great to pair with multiple outfits

The treads aren’t as deep as they are in vans which means there more vulnerable to damage

Affordable pricing $40 - $70

Will need to replace the shoes more often than vans

Comes in both high top and low top

Not the most comfortable shoe  

Comes in multiple styles and colours

Ideal for everyday wear & Unisex

Perfectly pairs with skinny jeans

Can put in the washing machine for a quick wash

As you can see from our list both feature similar characteristics due to both Vans and Converses being made with vulcanized construction.

CONCLUSION

So, vans vs converse, who wins?

The answer to end this debate is whichever sneaker you prefer!

Both vans and converse offer a similar look, come in both high & low silhouettes and have been designed in the same vulcanized process which is why there constantly being compared.

When it comes to vans or converse select the sneaker which best aligns with your personal taste and style. Our guideline is simply only that, a guideline! Pick what works for you best!

As both sneakers are affordable the option to purchase both and rotate with different outfits may be the best thing to do!

How to wear vans and converse

The one similarity in outfits is that people often pair their vans and converses with skinny jeans/slim, this is because the narrow tight ending is complementary to the sneaker and should not be covered by the ends of the pants.

With the denim fit rule now in place this allows individuals a variety of options to become creative with their outfits. Both converse and vans pair great with t shirts (plain or graphic), jumpers, hoodies, windbreakers or shirts. Below I’ve created 2 examples of different ways to style your vans and converse.  

How to wear Vans

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Style Example: Slip on Vans, Slim Jeans, Side bag, Stussy Long & Short Tee.

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How to wear Converse

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Style Example: White converse, Slim Joggers, jumper, denim shirt and t shirt. 

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So, while the discussion around vans vs converse takes place both are styled in similar ways due to the sneakers both being slim simple silhouettes. 

FAQ’s

Do vans last longer than converse?

Vans last longer due to being more durable than converse as they have been designed for the intention of skateboarding. This means their sneakers are sturdy and strong as the shoe is in constant contact with the board deck and pavement. Converse on the other hand was originally manufactured as a basketball shoe, however, these are not used for basketball today, as brands such as Jordan’s and Nike have created better quality shoes for the sport.

Which is older Vans or Converse?

Converse was founded in & Vans was founded in making converse the older brand of the two.

Are vans bad for your feet?

Vans are not bad for your feet; however, many individuals have complained about the flat soles which has no arch support. As I mentioned above they were made with the skateboarder in mind first before being a fashionable consumer item. The purpose of the flat sole is to enable the skateboarder to feel the deck close and have balance.

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But now nothing can be done, it will pour in all. Let me hold a mug, and you run away, bring a bucket, where she can fuck off later!", I ordered him. Andrey ran to the bathroom and soon returned from there, holding a bowl in his hands.

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I dont know what it cost me to restrain myself and not fuck them right now, while they just got into the bathroom. I turned on the water, made it moderately warm and switched the stream to the shower and put it in the hands of one of the guys. Dimka began soaping Sasha's back while he was washing his hands with soap. It was pleasant for the guys to wash, and they even somewhat forgot about what awaits them ahead.



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