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For those who are interested, the Star is available in US women’s sizes. The canvas upper of the Taos Star contributes to its breathability and comfort while the traditional lace-up enclosure offers a custom fit.

Thanks to the trendy colorways and the minimalistic silhouette, this low-top is a natural choice to wear during everyday activities as it easily matches with the myriad of casual clothing. Women will never run out of ideas on how to incorporate the Taos Star with their fashion ensembles.

The Taos trademark tech Curves & Pods with Soft Support is a removable footbed made from polyurethane foam. This innovative tech guarantees prime cushioning, shock absorption, and molds to hug the foot.

Taos Star made its debut on the market in 2016. Since its release, it has received wide approval from its buyers due to its features. This sneaker is definitively one of the best footwear that the company has on its collection.

Taos was founded in 2005 with the vision of creating stylish and comfortable footwear for women. Its name came from the city in New Mexico where it was initially conceptualized. Primarily designed in Southern California, its products are being distributed internationally in countries like Spain and Portugal.

The company believes that comfort is built from the inside out. Taos’ footbeds are all anatomically designed, which makes it more comfortable and supportive than the conventional footbeds. Curves & Pods and Cool Recovery Foam are some examples of technologies that the company developed to ensure optimal comfort.

  • This sneaker is priced at $80-$90 on its official website.
  • More than 20 colorways have been released for the Taos Star.


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