Professional Skateboarder Lyn-Z Pastrana Teams Up with Freshly Picked for Sweet New Collection
Future pro stuntmen and stuntwomen, take note: Your current footwear selection just got way cooler.
Professional skateboarder and mom of two Lyn-Z Pastrana has teamed up with celebrity-loved baby shoe brand Freshly Picked, designing a collection of baby moccasins with adorable yet tough names like “Dare Devil” and “Punk Princess.”
“I loved thinking about aspects of my family’s lives that make us ‘us,’ and figuring out a way to portray that in a moccasin,” Pastrana, who is mom to daughters Bristol Murphy, 19 months, and Addy Ruth, 3, tells PEOPLE exclusively of her design process.
She adds, “I definitely enjoyed making Pinterest boards to help brainstorm as well.”
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The five new moccasin options also include “For the Win,” “Skate Grip” and “Floral Camo” — the latter of which, according to a press release for the collection, “shows the family’s love and support for our troops as it mixes camouflage and flowers, representing toughness and grace.”
“I’ve always seen the value in good quality baby items, as my kids tend to put a lot of wear and tear on their stuff,” says the first-times kidswear designer, who is married to motocross rider Travis Pastrana.
“Our life is all about going fast, racing many kinds of vehicles, and even racing to brush our teeth or get to the car first,” Pastrana adds of her thought process behind the look of For the Win’s checkerboard-flag-inspired design.
“Lyn-Z brings so much life and excitement to this collection, and her personality really shines through in these designs,” Freshly Picked CEO and Founder Susan Peterson adds of the collaboration.
“The bright colors and bold prints stand out and really encompass the fun we had designing it.”
FP x Lyn-Z Pastrana is available now for $60 per pair, exclusively at FreshlyPicked.com.
— Jen Juneau with reporting by Anya Leon