Accio! The Vans x Harry Potter Sneaker Collection Is Here

Harry Potter fans, grab your wands and prepare to get sunned: You can now walk in the beloved wizard’s shoes — sort of!

Months after teasing a collaboration with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, Vans is finally releasing its magical line of shoes, apparel and accessories inspired by the Wizarding World on Friday, June 7.

The footwear is named after the four houses from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, and features their crests on the classic Vans silhouettes. Potterheads can represent their houses, wearing a Sk8-Hi style for Gryffindor, Era for Slytherin, Authentic for Ravenclaw and the Classic Slip-On for Hufflepuff. There’s also Comfy Crush Era sneakers covered in a newsprint graphic from the wizarding paper, The Daily Prophet.

Additionally, the collection includes an assortment of Hogwarts-inspired jackets, graphic T-shirts, accessories and more for men and women. And better yet: little ones can sport the kicks, too!

Whether you’re a proud Gryffindor lion or a cunning Slytherin snake, there’s an array of clothes from the Vans collection that you can choose from — like an Old Skool backpack in the classic Gryffindor scarlet and gold colors, for instance, or even green and silver socks for Draco Malfoy’s house. But if you can’t decide on your allegiance, the line has many options featuring four of the houses and their crests. The collab also includes Deathly Hallows and Dark Arts-themed items, as well as products with the Harry Potter logo patch on them.

And if you want to amp your Potter-style up even more, you can glam up like a true wizard, too: Storybook Cosmetics is the viral beauty brand behind a wide range of collectors-edition Harry Potter-themed makeup products. From wand-like eye shadow brushes, an eye shadow palette to liquid lipsticks, there’s a shade for every house.

So what are you waiting for? Go show off your true house colors!

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