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The Taos Plim Soul is offered in US women’s measurements. Its canvas upper makes this pair breathable and lightweight while the lace-up enclosure offers a secured fit.

The low-top Taos Plim Soul showcases a familiar retro design for a lifestyle sneaker. Its simplistic design and colorways convey an appealing silhouette. Given that, this pair will give wearers no issues as matching it with a plethora of everyday outfits is as simple as it gets.  

Odor-free wear is possible with the Taos Plim Soul, thanks to the canvas linings that are soaked with Silvadur Antimicrobial Shield. Taos' signature footbed, the removable Curves & Pods with Soft Support, guarantees an impressive cushioning and arch support.  

Taos Footwear believes that comfort is designed from the inside out. Its innovations are evident in its anatomically-designed footbeds, which delivers enhanced comfort and support. The impressive qualities of the Curves & Pods and Cool Recovery foam made Taos' shoes very desirable to the wearers. 

The name Taos came from the name of a city in New Mexico, which is known for its artistic nature, serenity, and casual lifestyle. The footwear that the company produces, like the Taos Plim Soul, embodies all these characteristics. Packed with support features and eye-pleasing design, this sneaker is set to win the hearts of women everywhere. 

  • The blue and chocolate wash seems to be a popular choice of color for this sneaker. 
  • The weight of the Taos Plim Soul is approximately 13 oz per item. 
  • Current price on the official website of the company is $90. 

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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.