Verdict from +100 user reviews

8 reasons to buy

  • Most purchasers appreciated the soothing color options of the Lomas Slip-On.
  • According to the majority of the reviewers, the low-top’s wearability is absolute because of its modest silhouette.
  • Several customers are impressed with the footwear’s moderate arch support.
  • A number of wearers stated that the TOMS men’s Lomas Slip-On is comfortable.
  • One of its buyers shared that it is an excellent choice for a summer sneaker.
  • For a couple of testers, this slip-on is surprisingly durable.
  • Cleaning the pair is hassle-free, according to one purchaser.
  • A few have implied that they bought multiple pairs due to their general satisfaction of it.

4 reasons not to buy

  • It runs slightly large, as per a considerable amount of TOMS Lomas suede Slip-On sneaker reviews.
  • Some wearers warned that it may give a narrow fit on the toe box.
  • A commenter complained that it makes a squeaking noise when the sole touches the floor.
  • Break-in period is required to experience its full comfort, according to one shopper. 

Bottom line

The Lomas Slip-On is among the recent addition to the expanding collection of lifestyle shoes by Toms. Long-time brand patrons and new customers liked its modest design and color options, as it naturally blends with virtually any casual attire. 

With its materials and slip-on construction, utilizing the TOMS Lomas Slip-On during summer time or warm weather is ideal. Buyers have to be aware that it most likely runs larger than regular sizing. Considering its style, quality, and price, owning a pair or two is worth it. 

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Good to know

Starting from 7 to 14 in US sizing, men can get their pair of TOMS Lomas Slip-On. Many reviewers shared that the materials stretched out after a few uses. They suggested to order at least a half size down from the wearer’s usual measurements, to compensate for the stretching. Its slip-on entry offers a hassle-free foot entry and exit.

The low-top TOMS men’s Lomas Slip-On is available in suede or canvas upper with different colorways. This sneaker lacks any visually stimulating elements that other shoes have. Still, its unassuming design has also its advantages. Its two-toned color options and a pristine-looking aesthetic have been the primary reason for the low-top’s remarkable wearability. 

The TOMS men's Lomas suede and canvas Slip-on has a breathable textile lining that contributes to comfort. Support and cushioning are offered by the removable strobel insole, in addition to natural odor control.

Blake Mycoskie, an entrepreneur from Texas, established the TOMS shoe company in 2006. He got the inspiration of venturing into the sneaker business while he was on vacation in Argentina. During that time, he noticed the alpargatas, the shoe worn by Polo players. This footwear has made an impression on Mycoskie, and later became the foundation of his brand. Since its establishment up to the now, Toms has its base of operations situated in Playa Del Rey, California.

TOMS has been praised by many for its charitable gestures. The One for One campaign promises that every footwear purchased from Toms, there is another shoe will be given to a child in need. The company has also made strides in preserving the environment by releasing animal-friendly products. One of these shoes is the TOMS Lomas Slip-On, which is offered in canvas or suede upper.

  • Approximate weight per shoe is 340 grams.
  • The regular price of the TOMS Lomas Slip-On is $75.


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