TOMS Shoes only $35 that is 47% OFF!


TOMS shoes are made from eco-friendly materials, TOMS Shoes have proudly stood for an environmentally conscious way of thinking and living. They come in your choice of 3 colors and are made from a breathable, lightweight linen material with a super soft leather insole, a durable rubber outsole and tons of heel and arch support. Complete your shoe wardrobe with a kicking pair of TOMS for just $35 + free shipping with today’s kgbdeal.

What you will get with this deal:

  • TOMS classic linen shoes
  • Grey, green or apricot
  • Signature toe-stitch and elastic ‘V’ slip-on/off
  • Built-in latex sponge arch support
  • Lightweight and long-lasting materials
  • Women’s whole sizes 5 – 9 and men’s whole sizes 7 -11

Fine Print: Valid until August 6, 2012, May purchase multiple vouchers, May purchase additional vouchers as gifts, May only redeem one voucher per order on the merchant’s website; you must create separate orders for each voucher, Cannot be combined with other offers, Valid online only, Tax not included, Shipping cost included, Please allow 3 weeks for delivery, Women’s size 10 and men’s size 12 are not available


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1 Comment on TOMS Shoes only $35 that is 47% OFF!

  1. Kit
    August 20, 2012 at 10:44 am (5 years ago)

    I just bought 2 pairs of Tom’s for my daughter because she had said that she liked them. But when I brought them home she told me that I had bought the wrong ones and that the ones that I bought (plain black canvas and black glitter canvas) were not the eco-friendly ones. As it turns out, the insole is made of pigskin leather, and leather is not an eco-friendly product by anyone’s definition.

    The other materials in the shoe are eco-friendly (but that is canceled out by the addition of leather to the insole). The good news is that Tom’s does carry a vegan, completely eco-friendly line. However, the selection is limited and does not include the plain black canvas or black glitter… So, all in all, I am very disappointed in this company. It’s wonderful that they donate shoes to the needy… but this company needs to go “ALL the way” to ECO-FRIENDLY… not just half the way…

    For anyone who is just learning about environmentalism and what it means to be eco-friendly… animal agriculture is the BIGGEST pollutant to our soil and waterways, so to truly be an eco-friendly product, that product can not contain materials from the slaughter industry.

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