Vans is, ostensibly, an action sports brand; it makes shoes, apparel and gear for skaters, surfers, snowboarders and countless others. Don’t let that connection overshadow the fact that Vans is also a brand with a rich cultural history, loved by skaters, yes, but also by musicians, artists, designers—everyone, really.

The West Coast, easy-going skateboarding cool is central to Vans popularity, but so, too, are the brand’s myriad collaborations. Every year, Vans puts out dozens of limited-edition collaborations with stores, artists, brands and franchises—from Harry Potter to Supreme and Disney to Dime. They’ve given Vans cultural capital, but the company has also used collaborations to help elevated emerging brands. Take Supreme, for example: Vans has been working with it since 1996, long before they were as popular as they are today.

We’ve chosen 11 collaborators that represent the best of an extensive and tremendously varied archive, spanning more than two decades—from skate brands to high-end designers to small, independent boutiques.

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