Vans Hoodie Armanto Skate Grape Leaf NEW

$110.00

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      This season, Vans and Lizzie set out to build a collection that mixes her personal style with functional skate details for a combination of everyday footwear and apparel meant for all skateboarders. The result? A collection made to represent something else entirely for a new generation of skateboarders.

       

      Inspired by organic tree patterns and her journey toward living a more sustainable life, Lizzie and Vans created a collection utilizing a mix of organic and recycled elements while incorporating a woodgrain pattern throughout the styles, infusing each item with the uniqueness that defines Lizzie on and off the board. Made with a blend of organic cotton and recycled polyester, the Lizzie Skate Hoodie qualifies for the Vans’ VR3 designation and is an ultra comfy fleece sweatshirt featuring an inclusive oversized fit. The woodgrain embroidery at the front pouch pocket provides an elevated textural aesthetic, while logo screen prints bring classic Vans style.

       

      Lizzie is a true embodiment of Vans’ DNA, and an icon of originality and positivity. With her down-to-earth, fashion-forward, barrier-breaking approach, it’s no wonder Lizzie is inspiring the next generation of skateboarders to be their most authentic selves.

       

      •             Lizzie Armanto signature collection

      •             60% organic cotton, 40% recycled polyester

      •             Fleece hooded sweatshirt

      •             Oversized fit

      •             Quilted woodgrain embroidery at pocket

      •             Screen printed logos at left chest and back neck

       

      In order to reduce the overall footprint of Vans, our team has set ambitious sustainability goals. Big or small, all of our efforts add up to positive change. VR3 is the Vans commitment to sourcing 100% of our top 4 CO2 impact materials (cotton, leather, rubber and polyester) from Regenerative, Responsibly Sourced Renewable, and/or Recycled sources by 2030.