suede high by visions streetwear

by Josh Madden

Anyone who lived through the ’80s and ’90s, ever bought a 411 Video Mag on VHS, or saw The Wizard’ probably remembers the super iconic Vision Street Wear logo. The company was actually started in 1976 and gained early skate fame via sponsored skaters like Mark Gonzales and iconic skate decks like the “PsychoStick”. One of the brands most successful products, the Suede Hi, is back on the street, made exactly as it was in the early days, which is rare. The recognizable shell toe and ollie pad are just as we remember them, with vulcanized construction and the heel hit logo. We predict a huge return to the street for these kicks, which are once again available red, gray, and black. View the full collection and purchase these OGs HERE.