Vans has launched a new sensory-inclusive autism awareness collection, approved by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards Design.
World Autism Awareness Day is coming up on April 2 and Vans has started campaigning early with the launch of its new Autism Awareness collection. The sneakers have been made with the help of the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards Design.
Focusing on sight, touch, and sound, the sneakers were specifically designed with the Autism Spectrum Disorder in mind. These Old Skool ComfyCush come with sturdy materials and calming colorways and are available in adult, kids and toddler sizes. They are available on Vans.com and Vans stores, and retail at prices from $50 to $75.
Vans has also pledged to donate a minimum of $100,000 of the proceeds to A.skate, a foundation that supports skateboarding programs for autistic children.
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