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Light Cushioned Crew Socks Dia De Los Muertos

$14.95
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A TOMS tribute to Día de los Muertos, we've outfitted these ultra-comfy women's crew socks with a print that features colorful calaveritas de azúcar and flowers against a black backdrop. Pair them with matching Día de los Muertos-inspired slip ons to celebrate a long-standing Mexican tradition, and know that with every TOMS purchase, you help support partners like Self Help Graphics & Art (SHG), which provides access to space, training, and capital for Chicano/a and Latinx artists in Boyle Heights, CA.
  • Crew sock with light cushioning for added comfort
  • Seamless toe closure for a smooth, friction-free fit
  • 45% Nylon, 26% Lyocell, 26% Cotton, 3% Elastane
  • Sock sizing: SMALL (Women’s shoe size 5 – 7.5), MEDIUM (Women’s shoe size 8 – 10.5, Men’s shoe size 6 – 8.5), LARGE (Women’s shoe size 11 – 14, Men’s shoe size 9 – 11).
  • We commit 1/3 of our profits to support people working to build equity at the grassroots level
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The power of your purchase

With every TOMS purchase, you help support organizations like Self Help Graphics & Art (SHG)—an organization that provides access, space, and training to Chicano/a Latinx artists in Boyle Heights, CA.

Dancers performing at a Dia De Los Muertos event. Performing dancers at a Dia De Los Muertos event.
Operating at the intersection of art and social justice for 47 years, SHG leads the largest, longest-running Día de los Muertos celebrations in Los Angeles. Their month-long series of events invites community members to honor loved ones and reflect on social issues through art, tradition, and togetherness.
A structure with images of the dead at a Dia De Los Muertos event.
A man looking at images of the dead at a Dia De Los Muertos event.
A man decorating his car with carnations at a a Dia De Los Muertos event.
Scenes from a Dia De Los Muertos event. A man decorating his car with carnations. A man looking at images of the dead. A structure with more images of the dead.