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Nike Vandal High ‘Doc Brown’ Releases Again on October 26th

Nike Vandal High Doc Brown

For fans of the movie Back to the Future, there is another pair of sneakers making a retail release, the Nike Vandal High ‘Doc Brown’. Originally worn by Doc Brown in Black to the Future Part 1, they will launch during October.

This Nike Vandal High comes dressed in an Orange and White color combination. Looking closer you can see they feature Orange canvas across the uppers while the same shade is applied to the leather Nike Swoosh. Following we have White on the ankle strap, outlining the Swoosh, heel and across the midsole. The look is completed with Orange on the outsole.

Nike Vandal High Doc Brown Release Date

For those that want to purchase the Nike Vandal High Supreme Doc Brown, they are scheduled to release at select Nike Sportswear retailers on October 21st, 2017. Retail price is set at $90. Continue to scroll below to check out more photos which will provide you with a closer look.

Nike Vandal High Supreme Doc Brown
Bright Ceramic/White-White
October 21, 2017
AH8605-800
$90

Update: Select Nike Sportswear retailers released the ‘Doc Brown’ Nike Vandal Highs on the 21st, however they will be available via NIke.com on October 26th.

Nike Vandal High Doc Brown

Nike Vandal High Doc Brown

Nike Vandal High Doc Brown

Nike Vandal High Doc Brown

Nike Vandal High Doc Brown

Nike Vandal High Doc Brown

Update: On feet photos of the ‘Doc Brown’ Nike Vandal High via Titolo.

Nike Vandal High Doc Brown AH8605-800

Nike Vandal High Doc Brown AH8605-800

Nike Vandal High Doc Brown AH8605-800

Nike Vandal High Doc Brown AH8605-800

Nike Vandal High Doc Brown AH8605-800

Nike Vandal High Doc Brown AH8605-800

Nike Vandal High Doc Brown AH8605-800

Nike Vandal High Doc Brown Release Date

Nike Vandal High Doc Brown Release Date

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Brian Betschart
Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.

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