Perfect for almost anything
We think it's about time you #MeetThePaseos, our newest style of TOMS Shoes, and the first pair designed especially for dudes. They're SoCal-inspired, functional and, well, just all-around cool. Read what they're about, & see who's wearing them! Read More >>
TOMS Eyewear's One for One = more than you think
We often share the transformative moments: when someone sees his/her grandchildren for the first time in years after a sight-‐restoring surgery, or when the chalkboard in a classroom is suddenly clear with a new pair of glasses. But the third component of TOMS Sight Giving is equally important. Read More >>
Change-makers weigh in
In light of our collab with Eastern Congo Initiative, we're broadening our scope and letting YOU weigh in on how you help people to change their own communities. Read what some incredible folks have shared... Read More >>
By Whitney, on the TOMS Marketing team
Hey there, new and old festival-goers! Whitney here. I’m a former TOMS intern and now a music-loving member of our marketing team.
If you follow the TOMS Instagram then perhaps you’ve seen a couple posts that I’ve had my hands on from past music festivals: Moogfest, SXSW and, most recently, Coachella. If you threw on TOMS shades or shoes for those festivals, then we may have even met! (If so, how ya doin’!)
I digress. I came to share some things I’ve learned on the festival circuit. Here goes…
Chano has lived in San Francisco for 21 years and worked at Shoe Biz for 17! He loves San Francisco for its cooler climate, its small proximity, the fact that its easy to get around (he also met his wife there!) We figured this made him the perfect guy to tap for our next Paseo Profiles. Read on and get to know Chano!
Every day around the world, people are affected by common eye conditions that can be treated with something as simple as the appropriate eye drops. In Egypt, 15-‐year-‐old Ahmed was suffering from redness and discharge in his left eye. His parents brought him medicine from a pharmacy, but the redness persisted, causing him to miss school.
In honor of our partnership with the Eastern Congo Initiative, we asked our (amazing) community of change-makers to weigh in on a motivation, commitment and theme we share with ECI. We asked, “How do you support and advocate for people investing in their own communities?” Here’s how this TOMS fan answered:
By: Megan Ernst, University of Georgia
More than 34,000 students descend on Athens, Georgia every fall, earn degrees, and move on. Meanwhile, some children who grow up a mile from campus fall further and further behind. Something about that doesn’t sit right.
In September 2011, a month into my freshman year at the University of Georgia, I made a promise to do Whatever It Takes to bridge that gap.