Size and fit

The low-top TOMS Clemente Slip-On is offered in US women’s sizing, from 5 to 12. As per the majority of reviews, the shoe fits true to size. It has a flexible and lightweight strobel construction and a canvas upper that delivers enhanced breathability. Because of its enhanced ventilation, some even shared that it could be worn without socks.

TOMS Clemente Slip-On Style

Pairing the TOMS Clemente Slip-Ons Topanga Collection with lifestyle clothing is as hassle-free as it gets. Several wearers suggested that it works best with jeans, shorts, and even khakis. Because of the neutral colorways, it would be a challenge to find clothes that isn’t a great match with the TOMS Clemente Slip-On. Like other lifestyle sneakers from the brand, it features a heritage canvas upper that gives the shoe its retro looks.      

Notable Features

Cushioning and underfoot support is offered by the Ortholite insole. The TOMS Clemente Slip-On has a custom vulcanized rubber outsole that delivers durability and grip. 

TOMS Clemente Slip-On History

A businessman and philanthropist from Texas, Blake Mycoskie, founded Toms in 2006. Mycoskie got the idea of venturing into the sneaker industry during one of his vacations in Argentina. While on Argentina, he was introduced to the alpargatas, the footwear used by Polo players. To say the least, the alpargatas made an impression on him, as it essentially became the prototype of many of his company’s shoes.

TOMS has also made an effort in helping the environment by making animal-friendly sneakers. Among these shoes is the TOMS Clemente Slip-On, which is a part of the Topanga Collection. This collection features classic-looking sneakers and slip-ons for women.

Additional Info

  • The TOMS women’s Clemente’s color options are Birch, Black Heritage, Black / Black Heritage, Bliss Blue Large Dots, Burnished Lilac, and Pebble Grey.
  • Regular price is approximately $50.
  • Its weight per shoe is around 170 grams.

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Danny McLoughlin

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