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Toms Women's Flats

Toms is a U.S.-based company that has been making shoes for over a decade. Toms was started by an entrepreneur who wanted to create a business that also gives shoes to children in need. Under the "One for One" model, for every pair of shoes you buy, the company gives a pair of shoes to a child in need. Toms women's flats are known for being comfortable and lightweight. Fans of the shoes like the variety in materials and styles. Women can find crocheted and glitter flats, burlap, canvas, suede, and synthetic. Not only are the shoes themselves comfortable, but people can feel good about supporting others.

Canvas Flats

Women's Toms canvas flats are very popular. The original Toms shoes were canvas. They can be found in solid colours as well as patterns. Some canvas flats even have gold or silver foil patterns. Canvas Toms come in different styles. Probably the most well-known canvas shoe is the espadrille. There is also a ballet flat style. Many, though not all, of the canvas shoes are vegan.

Suede Flats

Women's Toms suede flats are a more recent addition to the company's offerings. They have a man-made outer sole for traction, making them comfortable in any situation. You can choose the Jutti ballet flats, which are also embossed with patterns, bringing more visual interest to the shoes. Another option is the Alpargatas, which have plain suede options.

Vegan Shoes

Toms has a number of shoes that are vegan-friendly. Several of them are women's flats. The materials used for the upper part of the shoes are either canvas, microfibre, denim, or other fabrics. They also have a few synthetic leather options.

Corporate Responsibility

In addition to the "One for One" shoe model, Toms offers shoes that are vegan and made from sustainable materials. It packages its shoes in boxes that are 80 per cent recycled paper content. Toms shoes are manufactured in different countries across the globe and are held to local labour laws.

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