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TOMS Women's Leopard Printed Canvas Shoes Cordones Indio

$87.98

Reach new heights in the Cordones Indio. These low-cut lace-up platform sneakers have a cushioned insole and vulcanized construction created for increased flexibility and durability. Leopard print Canvas upper Custom TOMS rubber outsole 100% vegan TOMS run true to size and are available in medium width only. We recommend ordering...

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Reach new heights in the Cordones Indio. These low-cut lace-up platform sneakers have a cushioned insole and vulcanized construction created for increased flexibility and durability.
  • Leopard print
  • Canvas upper
  • Custom TOMS rubber outsole
  • 100% vegan

TOMS run true to size and are available in medium width only. We recommend ordering the size you normally wear. If you are typically in between sizes, we recommend going with the smaller one since TOMS will stretch slightly as you break them in.

 

As the Original One for One Company, TOMS has always been in business to improve lives.

Since 2006, the TOMS community has given nearly 100 million pairs of shoes to people in need. And while shoes can have a big impact, we’ve learned that giving shoes and impact grants can have an even bigger impact.

Now, for every $3 we make, we give $1 away. This is our commitment—to our customers, to our partners, and to our future.

How It All Started

While traveling through Argentina in 2006, TOMS founder Blake Mycoskie saw the hardships faced by children without shoes. This inspired him to create a for-profit business with giving at its core. The idea? For every pair of shoes the company sold, a new pair would be given to a child in need.

And with that, TOMS—short for Tomorrow’s Shoes—was born.