TOMS for Charity: Water Limited-Edition Shoes Provide Clean Water

by , 05/23/10

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In need of some funky new footwear to make the best of the endless amounts of summer fun you’ll be having in just a few weeks? If you answered ‘yes’, you’ll definitely want to get your hands on a pair of these comfy vegan-friendly TOMS Shoes for Charity: Water. Not only are they constructed from hemp, recycled PET, and recycled EVA scraps, but this ultra-exclusive limited edition kick is taking on an excellent philanthropic cause. Retailing at $58 per pair, each sale made will help raise money to build a clean-water well in the village of Sekura in Northwest Ethiopia.


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  1. sarahboo4 November 26, 2010 at 11:21 am

    Bobs are stupid! TOMS are way better and you shouldnt TRY to COPY them by making bobs?!

  2. ruku29 May 23, 2010 at 11:42 pm

    I’d buy them but I’m a foreigner living in Japan and there are very few places to find them. Also, they will not ship to Japan from their web page so I have to travel 600 kilometres to get them.

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