Women

Alpargata Dia De Los Muertos

$54.95
3 Colors Available: Natural Glow
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Details

We paired our signature Alpargata slip on with a limited-edition glow-in-the-dark print inspired by Día de los Muertos featuring colorful calaveritas de azúcar, or sugar skulls symbolic of remembrance. Celebrate a long-standing Mexican holiday in a style that's steeped in tradition, and know that every TOMS purchase helps to 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.
  • Glow-in-the-dark canvas upper
  • Canvas footbed
  • Green EVA outsole derived from sugarcane, which is a renewable resource, featuring custom tread and traction pads.
  • Removable and hand-washable OrthoLite® Eco LT Hybrid™ insole for lightweight cushioning made with plant derived and recycled materials
  • Elastic gore for easy on and off
  • TOMS CloudBound™ Soles for extra comfort, extra breathability, and extra traction
  • Exclusive to TOMS.com
  • We commit 1/3 of our profits to support people working to build equity at the grassroots level.
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Sizing

TOMS run true to size and are available in medium width only. We recommend ordering the size you normally wear. If you are typically in between sizes, we recommend going with the smaller one since TOMS will stretch slightly as you break them in.

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.