Who should buy the TOMS Lenox

This low-top TOMS Lenox could be a great match for you if:

  • You are into sneakers that have a removable insole that can be replaced with orthotics.
  • You want a shoe that has minimalist style and has extra padding on the sole that will not make you feel like walking directly on the ground.

TOMS Lenox Logo

Style of the TOMS Lenox

Bring your style to a new level with the TOMS Lenox. It is among the low-top casual sneakers from the philanthropic brand that has a laidback and sporty vibe. It looks great with almost anything, from leggings, skinny jeans, and denim shorts.

TOMS Lenox Upper material

For a more dressy look, ladies can pair the TOMS white leather Lenox sneaker with wide-leg pants and a cute tank top. Meanwhile, the gents can achieve a classy casual look by wearing this kick with a good pair of chinos, plain white tee, and a nice coat.

TOMS Lenox Midsole

Notable Features

This sneaker is engineered with either leather, suede, or nubuck for the upper. The TOMS logo is featured at the back of the heel in an embossed deco stitching pattern. It comes with a removable insole with antimicrobial protection property. Also, the rubber cupsole adds to the durability of this kick.

TOMS Lenox Insole

History of the TOMS Lenox

TOMS was started by Blake Mycoskie, an Arlington businessman and ex-Amazing Race contestant, in 2006. He was in Argentina when he became fascinated by the alpargata, a versatile slip-on shoe that is worn by most people in the said country.

TOMS Lenox Collar

After traveling outside the city, Mycoskie saw that the children had no shoes. He also met an American volunteer who enlightened him about the reality of how many Argentinian kids were in dire need of shoes.

TOMS Lenox Outsole

Mycoskie witnessed the social limitations and dangerous infections that affected the children by living barefoot. He was then determined to create a solution that can sustain this deficit.

TOMS Lenox Lacing system

When he returned to his home in California, Mysockie sold his online driving education firm for $500,000 to fund his new venture. The name Toms is short for “Tomorrow’s Shoes.”  The brand aims to donate a pair of shoes to a child in underdeveloped countries for every pair sold.

TOMS Lenox Toe box

Today, TOMS has designed and manufactured shoe models other than their original espadrille-style sneakers. They now have lace-up sneakers like the TOMS Lenox, Del Rey, and Payton.

TOMS Lenox Heel

Facts / Specs

Top: Low
Inspired from: Casual
Colorways: Grey / Beige / Silver / Blue / Black / Pink / Red / White / Brown
SKUs: 100091020 / 100095410 / 100098001 / 100108001 / 100108021 / 100110410 / 100116100 / 100118101 / 100118650 / 303036003

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Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.