Vans & Peanuts Collaborate on a Christmas Line

Good grief Charlie Brown. Now Vans and Peanuts are working together on a fun and festive collection of shoes, sweatshirts, hats and more.

Last October Peanuts and Vans released a line of sneakers and accessories with Charlie Brown inspired prints on them. This month they are dropping the Vans x Peanuts Christmas collection, which includes fashions for the whole family such as sneakers, socks, hats, sweatshirts, sweaters and t-shirts.


vans x peanuts holiday slip ons

The main event at Vans is the shoes. Their Vans x Peanuts Slip-On ($65) features artwork from the classic holiday special A Charlie Brown Christmas. They are ideal for shuffle dancing at winter holiday raves and music festivals because they have flat rubber waffle outsoles.


vans x peanuts crew socks

You don’t want to get cold so remember the Vans x Peanuts Crew Sock ($15). The socks have Christmas Peanuts jacquard art with an embroidered Vans logo near the top. Layer them with tights.


If you are skateboarding or shuffling in the middle of December then remember to buy a Vans x Peanuts Holiday Pullover Hoodie ($59.60). It has a screen printed Vans x Peanuts holiday logo on the chest and a front pouch pocket. Plus a drawstring hood to block out chilly breezes.


Pay tribute to the little Christmas tree that no one wanted in a Vans x Peanuts Holiday Crew Sweatshirt ($54.50). This one also comes in the same snowy scene that is on the slip-ons above.


The Vans x Peanuts Christmas Pom Beanie ($30) is a Vans a 100% acrylic jacquard knit beanie with Peanuts character embroidery. And it helps trap precious body heat inside of your head.


Bling out your baby this Christmas with a pair of Toddler Vans x Peanuts Slip-ons ($37). These adorable slip-ons also come in a furry Snoopy-themed version that includes puppy tails on the back.

If you liked this then read about how to make an ugly Christmas sweater sexy or the best EDM festivals for holiday gifts.


Cover image via Sneaker News.

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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.