Vans Lizzie Low Sepia Marshmallow

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Something that changes everything

The Lizzie Low, a low version of the skate shoe signed by Lizzie Armanto, innovates as much as she herself with a unique proposition to address the universal problems of skate shoes: a solution that is better adapted, more resistant and concerned with sustainability for all. skaters. Focusing on creations made from ecological materials and designed for inclusiveness, Vans and Lizzie are proud to offer completely innovative products to a new generation of skaters.

Our team has set ambitious sustainability goals. Whether small or big, every action contributes to positive change. To bear the VR3 checkerboard globe logo, at least 30% of the product must be made from one or more recycled, renewable or regenerable materials.


SUSTAINABILITY-CONSCIOUS MATERIALS: The upper (quarter panel, tongue and lining) is made from recycled polyester, organically grown cotton and suede. Vans leather products support responsible manufacturing through the Leather Working Group.
UNIVERSAL FIT: This performance fit was designed by Lizzie to meet the needs of a wider range of skaters. Stretchy tongue straps enhance foot fit and tongue stabilization.
BOARD FEEL AND IMPACT PROTECTION: Made with VR3CUSH™, a 70% bio-sourced polyurethane foam (Fates™) partially derived from plant-based materials per ASTM D6866-16 standards, the Lizzie has a 100% sockliner. Lower profile that gives the board feel and impact protection you demand.
LEGENDARY GRIP: The sole utilizes forefoot flex grooves, Waffle lug zones for durability and support, and SickStick™ rubber (a proprietary blend of at least 55% natural rubber from sources that meet proven sustainable practices to reduce impacts on the planet) is paired with the Micro Waffle pattern to deliver signature Vans grip and the feel of a worn shoe.
DURABILITY: DURACAP™ reinforcements in the most stressed areas, and a molded 3D DURACAP™ toe which is thicker, ensure increased resistance.
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