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TOMS X PRINTGONZALEZ Alpargata

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You've never seen blooms like these! Throw on our TOMS x PRINTGONZALEZ blooms print for a glow-in-the-dark look that's unmatched. For Día de los Muertos we collaborated with Xicanx printmaker Daniel González to pay homage to this vibrant celebration. Featuring patterns such as hummingbirds and flowers that have deep symbolism in Mexican tradition.
  • Glow in the dark textile uppers
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  • OrthoLite® Eco LT Hybrid™ insoles made with 26% eco content (15% waste foam, 5% recycled content and 6% bio-oils)
  • Elastic gore for easy fit
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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.

TOMS X PRINTGONZALEZ

Collection Details


Daniel carrying his shoes, and a close up of one of them.Daniel carrying his shoes, and a close up of one of them.
TOMS honors Día de los Muertos with a limited-edition collaboration featuring Xicanx printmaker Daniel González. He pays homage to this vibrant celebration, in honor of departed loved ones, with prints inpsired by his heritage.
Close up of TOM x PRINTGONZALEZ Alp in grey with skull prints shown.
POCTLI GREY pattern uses the flower symbolism paired with skulls and crossbones. The cross patterns guide the dead home and symbolize the four cardinal points.
Close up of TOM x PRINTGONZALEZ Alp in blue blooming patterns shown.
BLUE YOLLOTL blooms pattern features vines with blooming flowers, representing the cycle of life and death. Flowers have a deep symbolism in Mexican tradition such as happiness, beauty, the fleeting pleasures of the world of the living, and war.
Close up of TOM x PRINTGONZALEZ Alp in hummingbird patterns shown.
HUITZIL blooms pattern hummingbird alludes to the patron Mexican (Aztec) war deity, Huitzilopochtli (pronounced wee-tzee-low-poch-tlee) which means Hummingbird-on-the-left or Southern Hummingbird.