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Vans Reveal a New Collection Aimed at Helping Save the Planet from Further Environmental Disasters

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With global environmental issues talking centre stage today, Vans announce they’re joining the fight with a new collection dedicated to promoting environmental awareness.

The new series of shoes from the American lifestyle brand is titled “Save our Planet“, and are focused on helping to protect the planet from further environmental damage and educate people on simple ways to help avoid the chances of a global catastrophe.

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Each piece in the limited edition series is coated with a map of the world, in a choice of either monochrome or full colour.

The soles of the shoes feature the message “Save our Planet” in a graffiti-style print, along with an array of peace symbols and other eco-friendly images.

vans save our planet

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The Save our Planet collection comprises of the ironic Era, slide-on, UltraRange Rapidweld and the Sk8-Hi Reissue vans shoes.

It also includes a small range of apparel, featuring jackets, bags, t-shirts and caps, all with a map of the world on it and subtle Save our Planet messaging.

Profits from the sustainability focused series will be donated to environmentally friendly causes and non-profit organisations dedicated to caring for, and protecting, endangered coastlines.

To view the entire collection visit Vans online.

The Vans Save our Planet is priced between £30 for t-shirts and £100 for a pair of eco-conscious trainers. All are available to purchase at Vans online.

For more information on the Vans Save our Planet collection visit Vans online.

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