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article imageVans teams with ASPCA to fight animal cruelty

By Kathleen Creighton     Mar 23, 2014 in Lifestyle
Vans has teamed with the ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) to help spread the word that animals deserve respect and protection from abuse. Vans hopes to raise awareness and get more people active in this effort.
According to the company's website post, Vans is rolling out a new line of shoes, hats, backpacks and T's with animal themed prints to boost visibility of the issue of human cruelty inflicted on our furry, feathered and finned friends.
In adult sizes the Vans "Authentic" is covered with the all-over cat design while the "Classic Slip-On" and new "Sk8 Hi Slim" bear the dog pattern. The foot-beds of the shoes are the signature orange of the animal abuse protection movement and also include the ASPCA® logo.
For the younger set, Vans serves up the "Classic Slip-on" with a puppy covered fabric and the "Authentic" with the kitty print which will be available in all sizes while the "Slip-on" will only be available for the bigger kids.
Along with footwear, Vans is offering special versions of their "Beach Girl" trucker caps, "Realm" backpacks with the collage motifs and a T-shirt with a cute pug puppy wearing orange sunglasses and collar tags with the Vans and ASPCA® logos.
Vans and the ASPCA® did a special launch event at the Vans' Brooklyn, New York store on Saturday, March 22nd which included adoptable pets from local ASPCA® shelter and NY Animal Control.
The collection ranges in price from $20-$65 USD. Shoes are currently available on-line and at Journeys stores while the entire collection can be purchased at Vans retail stores. For more info visit
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