Size and fit

The fashionable TOMS Leandro sneaker is available in men’s sizing only. The brand suggests going down by half a size to get the best possible fit.

It can accommodate users with narrow to slightly wide feet. Thanks to its lace-up closure, users are given enough freedom to adjust the fit according to their foot width.

TOMS Leandro Style

This low-top sneaker is dressed in a stylish, court-inspired silhouette. Therefore, pairing the TOMS Leandro with a variety of casual outfits will not be a problem. It looks fantastic with light-colored straight leg jeans and a striped shirt. This shoe can also be worn with colored or denim shorts for a laidback weekend stroll with family and friends.

Notable Features

It is worth noting that the upper of the TOMS Leandro may come in suede, canvas, nubuck leather, nubuck suede or smooth leather upper depending on the colorway. This classic looking shoe also features a lightweight cupsole construction and a durable rubber outsole.

TOMS Leandro History

TOMS is one of the world-renowned companies that has a very colorful history. The brand was conceived as its owner and founder, Blake Mycoskie, saw the need of several Argentinian children for decent footwear. 

After going on a vacation to Argentina, Mycoskie brought home to the US his dream of providing shoes for the less fortunate children. Thus, TOMS, which is short for “Tomorrow’s Shoes,” was born. The company vowed to give a pair of shoes for every pair sold. 

As of 2012, TOMS has given away more than 2 million pairs of shoes. It has also expanded its product line to include several lace-up sneakers, including the TOMS Leandro. This shoe is offered in a retro-inspired silhouette with an everyday streetwear vibe.

Additional Info

  • The TOMS Leandro uses a high-density EVA foam insole and a padded collar for added in-shoe comfort.
  • A size 9 of this shoe weighs approximately 340 grams. 


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