Lizzie Armanto es sin duda una de las figuras más representativas en el patin actual en transiciones y lo seguirá siendo en el futuro del patín femenino, Vans no ha perdido el tiempo y la ha incluido en su equipo.
Vans proudly announces the addition of amateur skateboarder Lizzie
Armanto to the brand’s impressive skate team. There’s no denying
that 21-year-old Santa Monica native, Lizzie Armanto, is the gnarliest
lady to ever skate transition and she’s got the accolades to prove it.
Lizzie has won nearly every women’s contest she’s entered, including
the 2013 and 2014 Van Doren Invitational in Huntington Beach, CA,
X-Games Gold in Women’s Skateboard Park in Barcelona, as well as
placing Top 10 in numerous men’s bowl contests. Wasting no time,
Lizzie continues her domination in the Vans Girls Combi Classic at
the Vans Skatepark in Orange this weekend.
With the addition of Lizzie to the skate program, Vans shows its ongoing
commitment to the equality of women in skateboarding that dates back
nearly 50 years to the brands inception, while acknowledging and
embracing the rapidly growing number of women skateboarders around the
“I’ve always been a Vans girl at heart,” Lizzie admits, “so
getting on the Vans team is a similar feeling to that of smelling your
favorite food; so, a little warm and fuzzy on the inside with a dash of
“Not many people can claim to be the best in the world at something
much less have the evidence to back it up. But Lizzie can and Lizzie is,
and as such, Lizzie has become an inspiration for girls and guys
everywhere,” said Vans’ Justin Regan, “the Vans team is honored to
get some input from the world’s greatest female skateboarder on our
footwear and apparel programs going forward.”