Updated April 29, 2022
TOMS are the perfect summer shoes. They’re comfy, durable and they come in so many different styles. Plus, TOMS has made a huge positive impact around the world (1) .
Now, they give at least a third of their profit to a giving fund. So when you buy TOMS, you’re making changes in the world.
But to keep your TOMS in mint condition, you need to know how to wash TOMS. We’re here to teach you how to wash TOMS by hand or in the washing machine.
How to Wash TOMS in the Machine
Set your machine to a gentle wash with cold water. Add ¼ of the normal amount of mild laundry detergent to the drum or dispenser. Put the TOMS in a mesh bag. For front-loading machines, toss in the shoes and begin the cycle. For top-loading, wait until the machine is ¾ full before adding the shoes. Air until completely dry.
Table of Contents
- Are TOMS Shoes Washable?
- How to Wash TOMS
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Fresh as a Daisy
Are TOMS Shoes Washable?
Yes — most TOMS can get wet. Most TOMS shoes are covered in canvas which is super easy to wash by hand or in the machine.
However, TOMS do come in other materials such as leather, organic cotton, chambray, lace, and more.
Canvas shoes are the most popular and common because they’re comfy and easy to clean. But if you treat yourself to a more unique pair of TOMS, they’ll require different cleaning methods.
How to Wash TOMS
Although TOMS come in a wide range of materials, we’re focusing on canvas and lace shoes. If you have another type of shoe, we recommend checking in with TOMS on the best way to clean them.
How to Wash TOMS by Hand
- Use a soft bristle brush, such as an unused toothbrush, to clean the outside of the TOMS. This will remove surface level dirt and debris.
- If your shoes are stained, dab a little bit of mild laundry detergent onto the affected area. Rub it in gently and let it sit for 30 minutes.
- Fill up a large bowl with cold water, as per TOMS recommendation.
- Add a tablespoon of mild laundry detergent to the bowl and mix thoroughly. Make sure there is no bleach in the detergent, as this could discolor your shoes.
- Use your soft brush to apply the solution to your shoes. Scrub the fabric in one direction until the shoes are clean.
This method will work for leather TOMS also. Just make sure you don’t soak the shoes. Also — you’ll need to use a leather conditioner and polish afterwards to protect the shoes from future damage.
How to Wash TOMS in the Washing Machine
- Pre-treat any stains by rubbing a mild laundry detergent into the affected areas. Let this sit for 30 minutes before moving onto the next step.
- Set your washing machine to a gentle cycle — such as the handwash cycle — with cold water.
- Add ¼ of the normal amount of a mild laundry detergent. Add it directly to the drum or into the detergent dispenser.
- Put the shoes in a mesh bag to protect them during the cycle.
- If you have a front-loading washer, add the shoes and begin the cycle. If you have a top-loading washer, start the cycle now. When the drum is about ¾ of the way full, add the TOMS.
- Let the cycle run completely before removing the shoes.
How to Wash Lace TOMS
- Pre-treat any stains by applying a drop of mild laundry detergent to the affected area. Rub it in, then let it sit for 30 minutes before moving onto the next step.
- Fill a bowl with cold water.
- Add a few drops of a mild detergent.
- Soak a soft-bristled brush or a microfiber cloth in the solution.
- Gently rub the solution into the shoes in gentle circular motions to remove dirt and stains.
- Continue this process until the shoes are clean.
How to Clean TOMS Insoles
TOMS insoles are made from a range of materials. If you have leather insoles, you’ll want to skip these steps. Soaking leather and using baking soda can cause damage.
- Mix together a small bowl of cold water and a drop of mild laundry detergent.
- Dip a soft-bristled toothbrush in the solution and gently scrub the insoles of the shoes.
- If the shoes are stinky, you can make your own deodorizing powder. Mix together one cup of cornstarch, ½ cup of baking soda and ½ cup of baking powder.
- Add five drops of your favorite essential oil, such as lavender or tea tree.
- Sprinkle a few tablespoons of the powder into your TOMS. Save the rest for future uses.
- Let it sit for eight hours.
- Dump out the powder into the garbage can. Vacuum remaining powder from the shoes.
This method will deodorize and freshen your shoes, so they’ll smell as good as new.
How to Dry TOMS
Always let your TOMS air dry. They shouldn’t take too long to dry — maybe a few hours. You can hang them on the washing line, leave them in a well-circulated spot or put them on a drying rack.
Stuff the TOMS with newspaper so they hold their shape while drying.
If you leave your TOMS in the sunshine, this can cause fading but it won’t affect the fit of the shoe in any way (2) .
When you’re heading out with friends or family, you want to look your best from head to toe. Sometimes, that last bit can be a bit of a challenge – especially if your favorite pair of shoes is looking a little worse for wear. Fortunately, cleaning shoes doesn’t have to be hard. If your shoes are machine washable, then washing your shoes in a washing machine can help you save time and achieve great results. Not sure how to get started? Our guide can show you how to wash sneakers and other shoes in the washing machine so you can dress to impress.
Which shoes are machine washable?
Before you begin cleaning, check your shoe’s care instructions for specific recommendations. Generally, canvas shoes and athletic shoes made with materials like nylon, cotton and polyester are safe to wash in a washing machine. These materials are durable and shouldn’t be damaged by laundry detergent.
While there are some shoes that lend themselves well to machine washing, many other types of footwear require hand cleaning or specialized care. Shoes made of materials like leather, suede, rubber and vinyl should not be placed in your washer.
If your shoes are made of delicate material (like silk) or feature beading, embroidery, sequins or other embellishments, take them to a shoe repair and cleaning specialist to avoid damaging them. Always double check your care instructions to make sure it’s safe to put your shoes through a washer and dryer cycle.
How to wash shoes in your washer – a step-by-step guide
Washing shoes in a washing machine isn’t difficult, but it does take some preparation. Before you get started, check the care and cleaning instructions for your shoes to ensure they’re washer/dryer safe. Next, make sure you have the following tools and materials on hand:
Mesh garment bags
Liquid laundry detergent
A soft brush, like an old toothbrush
A cream cleaner
Once you have all of your materials together, you can begin cleaning your shoes using the steps below.
Step 1: First, remove the laces and/or insoles from your shoes.
Step 2: Your shoelaces can be washed in the washing machine, as long as you put them into a mesh garment bag that is zippered or secured shut. This will keep your laces from getting tangled up in the washing machine or wrapping around moving parts. If your laces are especially dirty, you can clean them manually with laundry detergent and a soft brush.
Step 3: Wash your insoles separately unless otherwise stated in the care instructions. Machine washing your insoles could leave them waterlogged, which means they could take days to dry. If your insoles are not machine washable, you can clean and deodorize them by hand. Use a soft brush or rag to gently wipe down your insoles with slightly soapy water. Next, use a sponge to soak up as much excess moisture as possible. Once that’s complete, sprinkle the insoles with baking soda and let them sit overnight to deodorize and soak up remaining moisture. In the morning, brush off the baking soda. You can place your insoles back in your shoes once they’re completely dry.
Step 4: If your shoes have excess mud or debris in the soles, use a soft brush to remove as much as possible. You can also use a toothbrush or toothpicks to carefully remove debris from tight areas. Once the dirt is removed, you can also clean away scuff marks by using a rag or soft brush to apply a shoe cleaner. Gently rub the cleaner onto the scuffs, then wipe away with a damp rag.
Step 5: After cleaning the soles, place your shoes in a mesh garment bag to keep them from banging around in your washer.
Step 6: Place the bag into the washing machine, along with a few old towels to help balance the wash load. Make sure the towels are old – newer ones could leach excess dye that could stain your shoes.
Step 7: Set your washing machine on a delicate, cold water cycle and select a slow or no-spin option. Powder detergent can get stuck in shoes if it doesn’t dissolve properly, so use liquid detergent instead.
Step 8: Once the wash cycle is complete, remove your shoes and laces from the mesh garment bags and let them air dry. You can stuff your shoes with clean rags or paper towels to absorb excess moisture and help your shoes keep their shape as they dry. If possible, place your shoes in a cool area where they’ll receive lots of sunlight. This can help speed up the drying process.
Step 9: Your shoes may take a few days to dry. While using a dryer is not recommended unless you have a dryer rack – the heat and tumbling can damage or warp shoes – you can use your appliance if you’re in a pinch. Wrap your shoes in old towels to protect them, and set your dryer to a delicate or air fluff setting. Stop the cycle frequently to check on your shoes and make sure they don’t get damaged by the tumbling or warm air.
Step 10: Once everything is dry, place your insoles back in your shoes and restring the laces. The only thing left to do is head out with your like-new footwear!
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This guest post on Toms as a terrible travel shoe is brought to you by Melissa Shearer who wanted to share her thoughts on the subject. This post was originally posted in 2012 but has been updated in 2020.
Sometimes you just have to play devil’s advocate.
While I do agree that Toms are extremely comfortable, so-ugly-they’re-cute, and the money spent on them does support a good cause, I can’t help but disagree with Caroline’s post about why they make great TRAVEL shoes.
Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely adore my Toms – I have three pairs of them – two that are living in a closet somewhere in my parents’ house on the other side of the world, and the one pair I brought with me traveling. You see, I too, once thought they’d make a great travel shoe – that was until I started traveling with them on my feet.
The following points are reasons why I believe Toms actually make TERRIBLE traveling shoes.
1. They Stink!
No, literally, they stink. Toms are meant to be worn barefoot, but if you make the mistake like I did with my first pair and don’t buy insoles to put in them, within a week or two (and even sooner if you’re walking in the rain) they become so smelly that everyone will be well aware of you entering a room.
When I found myself with a perfectly good pair of shoes- minus the odor – I went back to the store where I bought them and asked if they could be thrown in the washing machine. NOPE. Apparently the dye can run, and the glue that is used has disintegrated in washing machines.
I was advised that I should have bought a washable terrycloth insole, which could then be hand-washed every few days. Seems like a lot of effort for the average backpacker.
- Perhaps some hidden, no show socks will do the trick.
2. Durability Rating – ZERO.
My traveling Toms have long since been reduced to puttering-around-the-yard or biking-to-the-corner-store shoes. I wore them into the ground. I don’t think I’ve ever worn through a pair of shoes to the point of having holes in the toes AND heels at the same time.
I wasn’t even doing anything crazy with them on – simply walking around, exploring Sydney. These shoes are not at all durable.
3. Only Affordable in North America
At $50 a pair in North America, I found them to be somewhat reasonably priced, especially considering
they donate a pair to children who are without. (2020 Update – They have changed their giving model to give away $1 for every $3 they make)
When I wore through my traveling pair in Sydney a few weeks into my yearlong round the world trip, I went Toms-hunting and found that they retail for about $80AUD!
Now, I totally understand that they are an imported item and that they are bound to be a bit more expensive. And exchange rates vary. But I could not justify that $30 jump in price!
Good cause and comfort or not, there was no way in hell I would be buying them on foreign soil.
4. Get a Grip
Toms, by design, do not have extraordinary grip. In fact, they have little-to-no tread on the bottom – which in most circumstances is perfectly fine.
However, I found that in Sydney (sorry I keep referring to my time there) when it rained, the sidewalks would become hazardous! If it weren’t for my 15 years of figure skating training, I’m sure I would have ended up on my butt – most likely in the biggest puddle known to man.
On smooth surfaces (such as rained-upon Sydney sidewalks, or freshly waxed floors) Toms can become dangerous footwear – and the older and more worn in they are, the less tread they will have, thus making walking on such surfaces risky business.
As I mentioned at the beginning, I am not denying that Toms are super comfortable. I thoroughly enjoyed wearing them on my flights, and still enjoy wearing them despite the holes through the toes and heels – I simply believe it is unrealistic to think that they are good shoes to travel in.
Besides, I’m much more of a Havaianas kinda girl!
- Still interested in a pair of TOMS for casual travel and home life? Purchase them here.
About the author: Melissa Shearer was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. She was bitten by the travel bug at a young age, thanks to annual family vacations to Disney World. Since then she has been to nearly twenty countries and is currently on a round-the-world adventure. As a 20-something with a penchant for adventure, Melissa doesn’t shy away from anything – she’s skydived, bungee jumped, and gone on culinary conquests – eating random delicacies from around the world including kangaroo, jellyfish and crickets. Melissa shares her adventures and love of travel over at The Mellyboo Project where she hopes to infect others with the travel bug.
Casual shoes are washer-friendly. with these tips.
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Stepping in a mud puddle doesn’t mean you need to handwash your shoes. You can get them clean quickly in the washing machine, instead. There are some important tips to follow to keep your shoes from falling apart in the washer, though. Here’s what you need to know.
What shoes to wash
Some shoes are perfect for machine washing while others aren’t. Canvas and pleather (fake leather) casual shoes are best, typically.
Leather shoes are a no-go in general unless they are already beat and you don’t mind if the upper is creased. Skip machine washing more formal shoes like heels and don’t try this trick with boots.
If your shoe has any black scuffs around the sides, go over the area with a damp magic eraser sponge. Sometimes the washing machine has a tough time removing these types of stains, but they come right off with a little sponging. Here’s how to make your own magic eraser sponges to save some money.
Add some cushion
Next, put your shoes into the washer drum, evenly spaced around the edges. In the middle, put two large bath towels . This will cushion the shoes as they bounce around in the machine.
Pick the right settings
Many tennis shoes, slip-ons and runners are constructed by gluing pieces together. So, be extra careful with the washer settings to prevent shedding your shoes.
- Warm water setting to prevent cracking or melting of the glue
- Gentle cycle to softly swish the shoes clean
- Extra rinse to remove any soap residue
Finally, add just enough laundry soap for a small load and skip the fabric softener. It can leave a residue that may attract dirt to your freshly washed kicks.
Once the load is done, smooth out any crinkles in the fabric with your fingers. Then, stuff the shoes with balls of newspaper. The newspaper will help them dry in the proper shape and will absorb excess moisture.
Do not put your shoes in the dryer. You’ll want to air dry them, which could take a few hours, but be patient.
Last Updated: 29th November, 2021
In respect to this, how do I stop my TOMS shoes from smelling?
7 Ways to Keep Your Toms Shoes Smelling Fresh
- Clean your feet.
- Sprinkle baking soda into your Toms to absorb odors overnight.
- Stuff your Toms with a balled up sheet of newspaper to absorb odor.
- Wipe the inner soles of your Toms with rubbing alcohol on a cloth to kill the funk causing bacteria.
Also, why do shoes start to smell? When your feet can’t breathe, bacteria proliferate, breeding on your feet, spreading to your socks, and making themselves at home in your favorite shoes. They release foul-smelling toxins, which are absorbed by your shoes, causing them to reek even after they’ve aired out.
Also, do Toms Shoes get stinky?
Yes they are pretty about about getting stinky since you don’t wear socks with them. If you wear the Tom’s all day, they will start to smell. You can even double up on the baking soda with shoe scent capsules. Or put your toms in a lingerie bag and wash on gentle with a gentle fabric soap and air dry.
Do flats make your feet stink?
Flats often begin to smell because the moisture from your sweat is a breeding ground for bacteria. Honeybuns organic baby powder easily absorbs any excess moisture with talc-free ingredients like arrowroot powder.
There’s hope for your trendiest kicks
Updated September 11, 2020
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There’s nothing that makes a casual outfit more chic than a brand new pair of bright white sneakers. Try kicking around in Adidas’ Ultraboost shoe—in cloud white. Yes, please. You can almost feel your feet glowing.
Unfortunately, after a couple of runs, those trendy Adidas’ will no longer glow. Shoes go through a lot of everyday wear and tear, whether you’re a city dweller, a suburban resident, or a devotee of the great outdoors. When cloud white starts to look stormy, thanks to dirt, scuffs, and stains, it’s time to take action to preserve your shoes.
Here’s a question: Can you clean shoes at home?
Indeed. Cleaning up your favorite cotton or canvas shoes, say Toms, and sneakers—white or otherwise—is easier than you may think.
Using a few common household items, including, potentially, your washing machine, you can get your shoes looking fresh and clean once again. Here’s how to do it.
1. Check your shoe’s material before washing
Not all shoes are made equal, and this is important to keep in mind before going for a “one size fits all” cleaning approach.
If you’re unsure about what materials are used in your shoe or sneaker, double check on the brand’s website. In general, most sneakers and casual shoes are made from materials like canvas and mesh, which are easy to clean.
Leather and suede need a different type of TLC, especially if they’re suffering from salt stains. We’ve tested the best cleaning methods for safely recovering your shoes. UGG boots, for example, can be washed in a washing machine, while leather top-siders need special cleaning like a water and white vinegar mixture as a gentle cleaning agent.
To clean waterproof shoes, like rainboots, use specialized cleaners and even a DWR (durable water repellent) coating to refresh the waterproof material.
For the ultimate guide to fabrics and how to appropriately clean them, we’ve got you covered.
2. Pretreat and pre-clean
When you pretreat your stained shoes before fully washing, you have a better chance of getting out stains for good.
If your canvas shoes or sneakers have noticeable dirt or stains, you’ll want to pretreat those spots before washing and drying them.
Beth McCallum, from Oh So Spotless cleaning blog, says you can pretreat shoes by spot cleaning them using any mild liquid detergent on the affected areas. Use a soft-bristled brush or soft cloth to gently rub the detergent into the stain. Then let it sit for 30 minutes before rinsing it off.
If you don’t mind the muscle, you can clean your sneakers or canvas shoes completely per this method. “You may find that this is enough to spruce up your shoes, saving you a trip to the washing machine,” McCallum says.
3. Treat your washing machine well
Before tossing your shoes into the washing machine, it’s important to ensure you know what settings to use and what tools to have on hand to avoid potentially damaging your shoes.
Use cold water and choose a gentle cycle. Also, add about four to six towels to the load. This helps balance the cycle, and it prevents the shoes from slamming and thumping against the inside of the washing machine drum.
You can also put your shoes in a mesh shoe bag to keep them from tumbling about.
Always remove shoelaces, if applicable. Loose laces in a washing machine can easily get tangled and damaged. McCallum advises to toss them in their own mesh bag in the wash cycle to keep them safe.
Pro tip: Even though you may be tempted to use warm water for a thorough clean, McCallum recommends against it. “Warm and hot water can warp the shoes and melt any glue that holds the shoes together,” she says. Warm water can also cause discoloration or color bleeding, especially if the shoes have not been washed previously.
4. Wash your insoles—carefully
Use a soft brush to clean the soles and insoles of your shoes by hand. Then let them air dry.
You can and should wash your removable insoles every now and then. Instead of throwing these into the washing machine with your shoes, wash these by hand to prevent any damage.
McCallum recommends mixing a small bowl of cold water and a drop of gentle laundry detergent for the cleaning solution. Then, you can use a soft toothbrush to gently scrub the surface of the insole.
5. Deodorizing is part of cleaning, too
Smelly shoes are part of wearing shoes, unfortunately. However, there are ways to temper a shoe’s odor, and we’ve tried several at-home remedies.
Baking soda is a common fix when it comes to smelly canvas shoes or sneakers. (Do not use this method on leather and suede materials).
Gently shake a pinch of baking soda into your freshly cleaned shoe. Wait at least eight hours before shaking the baking soda back out. You should notice a difference in smell.
McCallum recommends adding a few drops of your favorite essential oil to your shoes for an extra boost. We know from experience that this can almost nearly mask any stinky smell that lingers.
6. One big don’t: Never use your dryer
Hot water and dryer heat can easily damage or warp your favorite pair of shoes.
Heat can be your shoes’ worst enemy.
Always air dry your shoes to avoid warping or glue coming off. Plus, dryers can be rough with excessive tumbling, making your shoes more susceptible to damage.
If you’re in a pinch to get them dry ASAP, try using a stand-alone fan aimed at the shoes, which should speed up drying time.
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Similarly, Can you machine wash Hey dude?
Yes, you may wash Hey Dude shoes in the washing machine. Remove any surface dust or grime before going that way, however. A soft bristle brush may be used for this. Hard bristles should be avoided since they might cause harm to the top lip.
Also, it is asked, Are Hey dudes true to size?
Is the fit of your shoes true to size? Some of the Hey Dude Shoes designs in our inventory may run smaller or bigger than others. It’s a good idea to read the size recommendations on each product page. To see the Conversion Chart, please click the link below.
Secondly, How do you clean memory foam insoles?
Wipe down or gently scrub with an old toothbrush or nylon brush using warm water and light soap or detergent; do not soak with water. Allow to air dry overnight. It’s a good idea to take your insoles out of your shoes each night so that each side can dry.
Also, How do you wash a guy in the washing machine?
How to wash colorful clothing Hello, gentlemen: Wash them on a delicate, hand wash, or light cycle in your washing machine. To protect your shoes from shrinking, use a very tiny quantity of your preferred liquid detergent and only wash them in cold water. If at all possible, pick Slow spin or no spin to eliminate creases!
People also ask, When did hey dude shoes come out?
Related Questions and Answers
Are hey dude shoes made in China?
Shoes for Hey Dude are now made in China and Indonesia.
Why are Hey Dudes so popular?
The good ratings and suggestions that Hey Dudes get contribute to their success. The sneakers have received rave ratings from both NHS students and internet reviewers. They’re popular since they’re comfy, fashionable, and simply a nice pair of shoes in general.
Do Hey Dudes stretch after wearing?
If you generally wear half sizes, we recommend going up a size for the best fit. If you like a more tight fit, keep in mind that the Wally and Wendy Hey Dude designs are made of woven cotton and will stretch out, so you may want to go down a size.
Can you wear Hey Dudes with a suit?
Combine with a Suit It may not be suitable to wear Hey Dude sneakers with a suit. They are, nonetheless, structurally comparable and may make you seem sophisticated when worn with pants and a shirt.
What are Hey Dudes made of?
These unusual shoes are made from 100 percent recycled fiber that was formerly plastic water bottles, thanks to reusing things previously classed as “environmental garbage.” These recycled PET fibers are exceptionally soft and have the same level of durability as our other sneakers.
Are Hey Dudes non slip?
According to the majority of consumers, Hey Dudes are comfortable slip-on sneakers that may be worn in a variety of circumstances.
Can memory foam shoes be washed?
For style, machine or hand wash according to the recommendations on the product website. If washing by hand, use cold water and dry in the shade. Do not put in the dryer or leave out in the sun.
Can memory foam insoles be washed?
Yes! If your memory foam insoles are self-cleaning, you may toss them in the dryer with the rest of your laundry. This is an excellent method for keeping memory foam insoles clean and fresh. Even though they are self-cleaning, you should still hand-wash them with warm water and soap.
Can you wash insoles in the washing machine?
It depends on the material, but in most cases, yes. If the insoles come out, place them in a delicate washing bag and wash on the gentle cycle.
Who owned Hey Dudes?
CEO Alessandro Rosano launched Hey Dude in Italy in 2008 with the goal of creating pleasant and affordable footwear. Today, however, the American market accounts for 95 percent of income, and the brand has almost one million social media followers.
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Can you wash your shoes in the washing machine? With Rothy’s, the answer is always yes. From our sneakers to our flats, you can clean your shoes up after every adventure—so they stay looking as good as new. Here’s how to wash each of our styles.
- Slip out your insoles.
- Toss your insoles and shoes into the washing machine.
- Use cold water, mild detergent and the delicate cycle.
- No heat, please—always let your shoes and insoles air dry.
Women’s & Mens’ Loafers
- Slip out your insoles.
- Toss your insoles and loafers into the washing machine.
- Use cold water, mild detergent and the delicate cycle.
- No heat, please—always let your shoes and insoles air dry.
Women’s & Men’s Sneakers
- Slip out the contoured footbed or the insoles, in the case of The Sneaker and The Chelsea.
- For The Sneaker and The Chelsea, set aside the midsoles before washing—that’s the cushy insert between the insoles and the base of the shoe.
- Toss your footbed and sneakers into the washing machine.
- Use cold water, mild detergent and the delicate cycle.
- No heat, please—always let your shoes and footbed air dry.
For The Sneaker and The Chelsea, if you’d like to clean the midsoles, we recommend hand washing them. Fill a sink or a tub with cold water, and use your hands to gently rub them with a mild detergent. Make sure to completely submerge and rinse them off. Lastly, don’t forget to fully air dry your midsoles before you slip them back in your shoes.
Women’s Seasonal Shoes
- We recommend removing the ankle ties prior to washing. If you have a wash bag, you can place them in it and toss the bag into the washing machine.
- Slip out insoles. Pop shoes and insoles into the washing machine.
- Use cold water, mild detergent and the delicate cycle.
- No heat, please—always let your shoes air dry.
Kids Loafers & Sneakers
- Slip out insoles.
- Toss insoles and loafers into the washing machine.
- Use cold water, mild detergent and the delicate cycle.
- No heat, please—always let shoes and insoles air dry.
Now that you know how to clean your Rothy’s shoes, you can head on any adventure without worry. Wear, wash and love your shoes. Repeat as needed.
Blake Mycoskie’s TOMS business card states him as “chief shoe giver”. It’s precisely the kind of jolly and informal job role one might expect from the thirty-seven year old man. This man has spent a good part of his thirties refining his image as a hippie Robin Hood. At the same time, he has been architecting a principled one-for-one business model. This business model is now a very well known shoe brand worldwide by the name “TOMS”.
An Ethical and Sustainable Business Approach
Ten years ago, Blake Mycoskie extracted two significant observations from his engagements in Argentina. First being that poor children without shoes were open to illnesses. Furthermore, they were unable to attend school, as shoes are a prerequisite for attendance. The second was that practically everyone with shoes, from farmers to locals, were wearing a usual canvas slip-on called the ‘Alpargata’.
These perceptions later converted to a multimillion-dollar shoe business. When Mycoskie went back to United States he really liked the style of ‘Alpargata’ shoes and he then applied the Argentinean’s idea. Considering that there’s a market for the shoe in the U.S., Mycoskie got into existence – TOMS, short for “Tomorrow’s Shoes”.
His set up was to contribute a pair of shoes to a needy child for every one he sold. Many at that time considered this a revolutionary model for social entrepreneurship. Later, Mycoskie went on to be a 2011 alumnus of Fortune’s 40 Under 40 list.
Blake Mycoskie’s TOMS – “Tomorrow’s Shoes”
TOMS shoes are mostly prepared from 4 components: canvas, rubber, dye and pig suede. It is an informal wear that is created by lightweight and eco-friendly supplies. Every pair is mostly enclosed by canvas, which is prepared out of cotton and post-consumer plastic waste.
TOMS has become an admired trend in current years even though they are minimal and enduring. Most like them because they feel comfortable and convenient.
Furthermore, TOMS has a pioneering notion – “one for one”. This notion means that the brand will donate a fresh pair of shoes to people in developing countries when a customer purchases a TOMS in the retail store.
Nevertheless, there is a little more than cotton in the Toms canvas. Possibly it wants to be more eco-friendly, so it puts in post-consumer waste into the canvas to lessen the environmental waste.
Next step of manufacturing process is to apply dye on the canvas. The dye is called AZO and it is lead free. Hence it creates less damage to human body and environment. The base of the shoes is craft out from rubber, which is a copolymer – ethylene vinyl acetate.
Moving along with a completed shoe framework, an insole will be put inside of the shoes for comfortable purpose. This insole is made out of pig suede. Finally, there’s a pair of completely well made TOMS shoes created.
Into The Present
Fast forward to 2016, TOMS has a yearly sales of around $500 million and more than 500 employees. Furthermore, it has donated 70 million pairs of shoes to poor children. The shoes so full of simplicity, is what creates beauty in design and that’s what let them to become an icon so quickly.
Nonetheless, the past two years have been a time of significant change for Blake Mycoskie’s TOMS. In 2014, private firm Bain Capital acquired a 50% stake in the company. With half of his payout of $200 million, Mycoskie launched a social entrepreneurship fund to support the next gen of brands similar to TOMS. Till now the brand has made 15 investments in companies with social goals.
Furthermore, in 2015, Mycoskie got off as CEO of his own firm, giving the reins to Jim Alling, who formerly held executive roles at T-Mobile and Starbucks.
The brand has also split out, using its “one for one” model to sell other products such as eyewear, coffee, bags and footwear for kids.
As with the brand’s shoes, each pair of glasses sold means one goes to a poor person incapable of affording. The brand also sells TOMS ethical, fair-trade organic coffee. With each bag bought, a week worth of clean water goes to a person in need.
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This guest post is brought to you by Hayley Simpson.
There were a lot of great things about living in Vancouver, Canada. The snowy mountains, the beach, the beer scene, and Native Shoes. A local company, I had never heard about them until my former boss started wearing them on the food truck everyday. She said they were the most comfortable shoes for being on your feet all day. Then winter came and another food truck owner started wearing Native boots that looked so cosy and warm I wanted to steal them.
The shoes come in mostly the same designs but different colours/sizing for men, women and kids. All products are made using EVA, which is ethylene-vinyl acetate. This material is perfect for footwear as it molds to your feet. The company’s website describes it as “the marshmallow that never melts.”
So when it was time for me to buy a decent pair of shoes for my solo trip through Canada and the United States for 10 weeks, they were my first choice. I know, I didn’t choose Toms – I swear every Canadian girl owns a pair. Here is a list of pros and cons so you can make your own decision regarding Native shoes.
My particular style is the Verona shoe.
My croissant and my Native Shoes in Montreal
- Extremely lightweight, like a feather (I kid you not). I have never felt a shoe so light, which is perfect for traveling.
Due to the rubber-like waterproof material, you are able to wash them with a mild soap and water, which I have done on occasion. Due to the breathable holes in the design I have found a little bit of the outside gets inside, but a quick wipe and wash and they look brand new.
They are the most comfortable shoes I have found in a long time. If you want a shoe you can wear all day everyday, this is it.
Me, Native Shoes and the statue of John Harvard at Harvard in Cambridge, MA.
- It does say odor resistant, yet mine have started to omit a little bit of an unpleasant smell at the end of a hot day of continuous walking. This is when it is time for a shoe bath.
I have found after three months of constant wearing the bottom has started to wear away just at the balls at my feet. The rest of the sole is still in good condition though, so hopefully they keep going.
Me, Native Shoes and my mascot Wally on my head in Washington DC.
I am glad I discovered the Native shoe. I love the fact I can wear them every day with most outfits and still feel stylish. Sorry, Toms.
About the Author: Hayley is an Australian expat currently living in beautiful Vancouver, Canada. She blogs at Hayley on Holiday and writes about being an introvert constantly stepping out of her comfort zone and into the world.
It’s a wonderful feeling to unbox a brand new pair of white shoes—and the first time you wear them, you feel awesome. But just like white T-shirts, white dresses, and white pants, the crisp, clean look of white shoes has an Achilles heel: stains and dirt. That’s why you need to learn how to clean white shoes like a pro—so you can keep enjoying your footwear’s pristine appearance!
We’ve all had our share of spills and stains on our clothes, but none sound the alarm like stains on white clothes and shoes. After all, your shoes are at the bottom of the spill totem pole; anything you spill has a good chance of landing around your feet. But accidents aside, your white shoes also have to endure dirt, grass, and anything else you walk through regularly.
Whether you’re cleaning white shoes made with leather, canvas, or synthetic materials, we’re going to show you the best way to clean white shoes, how to get stains out of white shoes, and keep them looking newer, longer.
How to Wash White Shoes
The following method works well if you’re cleaning tennis shoes, running shoes, and even certain types of leather footwear. But even manufacturers seem divided on the best way to clean your footwear; before getting started, check the care label or online to make sure your white shoes are washable, especially if they’re leather.
Here’s how to wash white shoes in your washer:
- If your shoes have laces, pull them out and put them in a mesh bag. If they are exceptionally dirty or worn, this is a good time to replace them.
- Remove the insoles and scrub them with a damp cloth and baking soda. Rinse them in the sink and let them air dry.
- Rinse the outside of your shoes in the sink to remove dirt and debris.
- Use a toothbrush and baking soda to scrub stains.
- Put the shoes in the mesh bag with the shoelaces and put the bag in the washer with dirty towels and regular laundry detergent.
- Wash with warm water on the gentle cycle, then choose the extra rinse cycle.
- Remove the shoes from the washer and shake off extra water.
- Stuff your shoes loosely with white cotton washcloths or white tissue paper to aid in drying and help them keep their shape.
- Let your laces and shoes air dry in a well-ventilated space or outside.
How to Clean White Canvas Shoes
Save your white shoes from the wear and tear of machine washing by learning how to clean white canvas shoes by hand. You can give grass and other stubborn stains the extra scrubbing they need and get rid of scuffs. When your Converse All Stars start looking dingy and tired, it’s time to get them looking good and back in the game.
- Remove the shoelaces and wash them by hand in your sink. If they’re worn out, just toss them and buy a fresh pair.
- Remove the insoles and scrub them with water and baking soda, then rinse and let them air dry.
- Use a dry toothbrush to scrub away mud and dirt from the outside of the shoes, the soles, and the tongue.
- Mix baking soda and distilled white vinegar to form a cleaning paste.
- Dip the toothbrush into the paste and scrub the shoes gently to remove dirt and stains.
- Use a damp Mr. Clean Magic Eraser to buff away scuff marks and stains on the white soles of the shoes.
- Wipe down the shoes with a clean damp cloth and let them air dry.
How to Clean White Leather Shoes
White leather shoes can be easier to clean than some materials because they don’t absorb as much water. But you still have to go easy so you don’t damage the leather. Here’s the best way to clean white shoes made of leather to get them looking new again:
- Remove the shoelaces and the insoles, wash them in the sink with baking soda, rinse, and let them air dry.
- Dampen a white cloth and wipe down the outsides, soles, and tongues to remove dirt and debris.
- Rinse the cloth well and wring it out.
- Use a toothbrush and baking soda to gently scrub away stains.
- Dab your damp cloth on some Ivory soap and gently scrub the outside of the shoes.
- Rinse the cloth and wipe off the sudsy residue.
- Use a damp Magic Eraser to get the soles white and bright, then let your shoes air dry.
How to Clean White Tennis Shoes
They often made running shoes and white tennis shoes with mesh, rubber, foam, and other synthetic materials. Since machine washing can be rough on synthetics, you can often make your shoes last longer and stay whiter by hand washing them.
- Take out the insoles and shoelaces, wash them in the sink, and let them air dry.
- Use a toothbrush to remove excess dirt and mud from the shoes, soles, and tongues.
- Add two tablespoons of clothes detergent to a bowl of warm water.
- Scrub stained areas with baking soda and a toothbrush.
- Dip the toothbrush in the bowl and start scrubbing, but be gentle when you’re scrubbing a mesh area so you don’t rip a thread.
- Scrub off scuffs and stains from the soles with a Magic Eraser.
- Use a clean damp cloth to wipe down the shoes and remove any residue.
- Let the shoes air dry and enjoy that new white shoes feeling once again!
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When I stumbled upon Gary S. Chapman’s recent project for TOMS, I was immediately curious. More than a few of us here are sporting their undeniably comfy shoes, and I was excited to hear a little more about what the hugely popular brand was up to. TOMS “One for One” motto states, that for each item you purchase they will help someone in need. The way the brand is impacting lives goes beyond shoes, their giving partners help provide a variety of services around the world including: bullying prevention training, eye exams, materials and training for birth attendants and they also support water systems in seven countries. TOMS wanted to have their partners in India photographed for the first time, and with Gary’s passion for humanitarian work, he was the perfect fit for the job. Check out what Gary had to say about the creation of this project in the Q&A.
How did you get involved with TOMS?
I received a call from a producer who said he had seen my work online and really liked it. Of course, when he told me that I’d be covering the work of several of TOMS’ giving partners, I was on-board immediately. The opportunity to document children getting shoes, or women receiving birth kits or those getting vision exams who couldn’t otherwise afford it…it’s all very gratifying.
Were there any challenges involved with this project?
As I start on any trip overseas, I begin thinking about possible challenges that I need to be prepared for: equipment challenges, logistic challenges or people challenges. But this was one assignment that had no hiccups. TOMS’ staff was amazing and well prepared, it was really a pleasure to work with them.
What was involved in planning/preproduction?
I always like planning ahead and thinking through what gear will be most appropriate for each shoot. For this one, the TOMS team wanted me to focus on genuine moments, and not stylized portraits, so I left most of my lighting gear behind. I traveled lighter this time with three camera bodies and six lenses.
What has the reaction to the images been so far?
I’ve only posted a few images from the shoot on my blog and Instagram. My wife, who is also my assistant, had the idea to have our friends post their TOMS shoes while we were on the trip. Friends started posting pictures of their TOMS and others began posting pictures of new TOMS they had just bought because of what they saw on our feed. So, I guess we did our part to spread the word.
Did you learn anything through this project?
I’m always learning and every assignment is a new opportunity to sharpen and expand my skills. For this trip, I shot more than usual. The key to getting genuine emotions that come through a photo is to shoot more, anticipate more. I focused on those two things for this assignment and I think it paid off.
Blake Mycoski speaks at a Toms-hosted rally to end gun violence. Photo: Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images for TOMS Shoes
When Blake Mycoskie launched Toms shoes out of his Venice Beach apartment in 2006, the company’s one-for-one giving model was both revolutionary and extremely easy for consumers to understand: Buy a pair of shoes and a child in a developing country gets a pair of shoes. The simplicity of the concept, boosted by a legion of celebrity fans at the time, led to rapid success with Toms becoming one of the first mainstream purpose-driven fashion companies ever. Naturally, that one-for-one idea took off, with other companies like Warby Parker launching with similar models wherein consumerism could result directly in charitable giving of some kind.
Of course, companies evolve. On Wednesday, Toms is announcing that it’s officially forgoing the one-for-one giving model it pioneered in favor of something more flexible. While Toms will continue to distribute shoes — as well as other items like eyeglasses and water as it’s begun doing as its business has diversified and expanded — to those in need, and it may use the one-for-one model for certain collections, its new giving model is defined thusly: For every $3 the company makes, it gives $1 away. Or in other words, one third of net profits will go towards the company’s giving fund
Of course, Toms’s giving process has been more complex than simply “one for one” for some time now. The company just hadn’t fully communicated that to consumers. It’s doing so with the release of a detailed impact report that outlines the change the company has created thus far, and its goals moving forward. Some highlights: Toms has given nearly 100 million pairs of shoes to date as well as 780,000 sight restorations and 722,000 weeks of safe water. It’s committed $6.5 million to various impact grants with its 205 giving partners. Additional areas of giving over the past three years have included safe birth services and kits, bullying prevention and response, and solar light. In 2018, Toms made a $5 million commitment to organizations working to end gun violence. The same year, it also became a certified B Corp.
According to Toms’s Chief Giving Officer Amy Smith, the shift away from one for one is about ensuring the company can have the biggest impact possible, and show its customers that. “The consumer is more savvy than ever; they’re more engaged than ever; they’re voting with their wallets,” she tells me ahead of the announcement. “The combination of Toms wanting to do as much as we could in a way that was aligned with the passions of our consumers, we really started to wrestle with this idea of: Maybe it’s time to evolve a little bit and maybe it’s time to do more than just our one-for-one giving.”
Photo: Courtesy of Toms
Smith employs a giving team whose members help identify how Toms can give back most effectively and through which organizations. “[They] are everything from international development experts to public health MBAs that are really focused on and understand what impactful giving looks like and what community development looks like, so that group has put together a really robust vetting process for our partners,” she explains. “We have account managers on our team so we’re in regular communication with our giving partners around: What issues are they facing, what are they focused on, how can we be most helpful.”
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Pros and Cons of Toms
Toms have exploded in popularity among younger crowds. On any given busy sidewalk during passing time at BYU, at least one pair of Toms can be spotted on the feet of a student. So, what’s all the rage about?
1. By buying a pair of Toms, you buy a pair of shoes for a shoeless child. Essentially, you’re donating to charity.
2. Toms are comfortable: a light, airy canvas is sewed to a comfy, suede insole (not to mention a latex sponge for arch support).
3. Toms look awesome with skinny jeans. Skinny jeans will be going out of style any day now, but as far as shoes go, Toms compliment the skinny style the best.
4. Toms can be worn with any style:: bohemian, preppy, sporty and average Joe without a sense of style. (However, they may look a little out of place with Carharts.)
5. Toms come in dozens of shapes, styles and colors. You can buy lace-up shoes, canvas wedges, glittery flats, classic canvas shoes, wrap up boots, and even wool lace-up shoes. The materials and styles are endless; they have something for everyone. Toms virtually come in every color and they often have “limited-time only” designs. Sometimes, artists will even go to a Nordstroms and draw on your Toms. (For a full list of Toms products go to Toms.com.)
1. You can’t wear socks with them. Well, you can, but you’ll look like an idiot. Because you can’t wear socks with Toms, there is a big chance that they’ll start stinking within a couple months.
2. If you get the sole wet, the edges of the inner suede soles start to warp and it irritates your feet.
3. They aren’t very winter friendly. The soles are made of relatively smooth rubber that offer little to no grip. Gripless shoes and icey sidewalks are not a good combination. Also, Toms won’t keep your feet warm because the canvas and other materials are light-weight.
4. Toms don’t fit everyone. If you have pretty wide feet, you probably won’t be able to wear them. If you have abnormally skinny feet and ankles, you probably won’t be able to wear them. Make sure you try a pair on before you buy them or your might regret it.
5. There is absolutely no water protection on these shoes. If Toms get wet, then so do your feet and it takes them a while to dry. When they do dry, they will stink. So, be careful to not walk through puddles, sprinklers, or wet grass.
Overall, Toms are cool because they support a cause. If the One for One movement wasn’t a selling point for Toms, then Toms wouldn’t be as popular as they are. Toms will be around for a long time because their products are so versatile. But before you think about buying a pair of Toms, consider waiting until the snow melts next April. You don’t want to wear these in winter.
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Wednesday, January 25, 2012
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I DON’T do winter. Not that I leave town, mind you, but I try to dress in February as I do in October or April, maybe hiding a layer or three. No cold snap can freeze my mind to the point where I feel like bundling up beyond all shape recognition. Bulk bad. Slim good.
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Tuesday, January 17, 2012
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If you don’t know about TOMS Shoe, I’m sure you’ve at least seen her or him. The memorable design withstands patterned when Argentinian alpargata, and that’s instantly discernable. The company ignited by Blake Mycoskie, who joined Argentina fraction of competing from the second season just about every Amazing Operate. Returning accessible to vacation to early 2006, Blake achieved the popular “One in order for you One” desire — just about every boots sold, he’d donate an established to a child in plan on. Today, over one million pairs of trainers have recently been donated in more than 20 countries globally.
One Day Without runners
On July 8th, 2010, TOMS sponsored One day Without Shoe, encouraging people who choose footwear as a given to give away awareness about the value of the trigger. All throughout the world, people gone barefoot and held events to get the TOMS destination. Among them as well were these types of celebrities, consisting of Kristin Bell, Cherlize Theron, your medical professional Jonas Friends, Alicia Silverstone, Shaun Mraz, Rachel Zoe, Heather Graham, even while Jordin Initiates. Demi Moore even made a shoeless appearance regarding Jay Leno Express.
While that’s actually a lot more annual Eventually Without Shoes event, 2010 will be first year that TOMS were able to capture what sort of media coverage and celebrities support when planning on taking much view. The everyday language “one morning hours without shoes” as recently managed to offer the top 30 hot searches on the search engines. With 25 % of one million people trying to play the first appearance annual feast, it actually sounds like One Day Without shoes will continue to grow every year.
Where to buy TOMS Runners
If you will wish to obtain the consequences, you can locate TOMS shoe online, directly from their website, or you can get hold of a better command on ebay. Of find, you run the risk of getting precisely rip-off, but you will experience more of varied prints, since many are special-edition-only. You’ll likely also get their shoes cheaper, since wholesalers agree to a discounted rate might resell individual pairs for under. If you want to try prior to you buying, TOMS can be acquired at Nordstroms, and most mom-and-pop space shoe you will. You access the may include locator of the TOMS website to getting a shop close to you.
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I first heard utilize TOMS, I obtained pairs personally, my your second half, my mother, and my partner. I was very happy to support a family’s efforts to put shoes in the feet having to do with needy kids, and I need the optimum. Unfortunately, on the inside months, my spouse’s shoes used to own completely damaged through from the sole, at the ball of the foot, and personalised pair used to own split and simply frayed by the heel. TOMS has been kind enough for you us your own personal set completely free, with might excuses that this is simply not a representation for their product, you need a. That’s recommended, but the second time around, they’re doing you’re selling. My sister’s wide variety split so you see similar locating mine.
You may be thinking leaves my hand wondering, are little ones running a maximum of in Honduras and never Haiti due to the fact shoes that falter anyways of put on? Maybe it does not matter as the vast majority, since these consumers outgrow young kids, but wouldn’t it be better to produce something for those lasted, but will be handed down from one child to another location? I still much like the TOMS product, but Get yet sure just how business I am giving them eventually.
There will be really a TOMS edition, made by themselves Skechers, which is known as Bobs Jogging sneakers. They physical appearance almost that may alike, and so they run your own personal one-for-one monetary gift campaign. I would not particularly would prefer support the blatant theft, but I’m a little contemplating whether Bobs wear better and ultimately longer.
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Some destinations call for a sturdier shoe due to rugged terrain or extreme weather. And in that case, you’ll need some trusty, travel-friendly boots. But when mild weather and walkable streets open up the possibilities, it gets a lot harder to choose the perfect pair.
We sorted through sneakers, sandals, slip-ons, and every style of footwear in between to find the best walking shoes for women. Our picks are designed to maximize comfort — using technology like shock absorption, memory-foam insoles, and breathable upper fabrics — without compromising style.
The Best Walking Shoes for Travel
- Best Casual Sneaker: Allbirds Wool Runner
- Best Comfortable Flat:Everlane Day Glove Flat
- Best Sandal With Arch Support:Olukai Upena Sandal
- Best Leather Sneaker:Ecco Soft 7 Sneaker
- Best Knit Sneakers: Rothy’s The Sneaker
- Best Espadrilles:Toni Pons Ter Slingback Espadrille Sandal
- Best Active Sneaker:Hoka One One Clifton 7 Running Shoe
- Best Leather Sandals:Børn Trang Sandal
- Best Summer Travel Shoes:Sperry Soletide Boat Sneakers
- Best Canvas Sneakers:Superga Cotu Sneaker
- Best Water Shoes:Sea Star Beachwear Slingback Espadrille
- Best Slip-ons:Toms Alpargata Cupsole
- Best Dress Shoes:Sarah Flint Rosie Loafer
- Best Casual Sneaker:Vionic Rechelle Lace-Up Sneaker
- Best Driving Shoes: M.Gemi Felize Suede Moccasins
- Most Stylish Flat:Naturalizer Women’s Samantha Pointed Toe Flat
- Most Stylish Sandal:Clarks Landra 35 Mule Black Leather
- Best Loafers:Trotters Dina Loafer
- Best Walking Boots:Kork-Ease Ryder Ankle Boot
What to Consider When Shopping for Travel Footwear
When buying a pair of travel shoes, there are a number of factors to take into consideration to ensure a comfortable fit. Starting with the footbed, you’ll want a style with some sort of cushioned midsole for arch support. “Shoes with specifically engineered footbeds and molded EVA midsoles are designed to help mitigate foot, heel, and arch for superior comfort and support,” Dr. Miguel Cunha, DPM, explains, adding that this will prevent fatigue and pain later on in the day. A roomy toe box, meanwhile, can help prevent the chances of blisters by “allowing your toes to move freely with no restrictions, therefore minimizing discomfort,” he continues. Dr. Cunha also highlights that the foot swells throughout the day, so this extra wiggle room will come in handy.
In terms of materials, opt for styles with durable fabrics like leather and rubber. Not only will they last, but they’ll also create a stable and secure fit, which can help with traction (and you’ll definitely need it for slick or bumpy terrains. According to Dr. Cunha, this durability combined with the proper cushioning will deliver optimal shock absorption, resulting in advanced motion control, minimized fatigue, and a smoother transition from heel strike to toe-off when walking. If your feet are prone to overheating, look for travel shoes with breathable liners and uppers that will promote ventilation and minimize sweat.
There is one more important element that sets an average pair of travel shoes apart from the best travel shoes: versatility. If the same kicks can take you effortlessly from shopping to a six-hour walking tour to dinner, sans blisters, you’re set. We know it’s a ludicrous ask, but planning to wear only the pair on your feet makes it much easier to pack everything else to match. Plus, those five just-in-case pairs of shoes are often what add the most weight to your luggage. Wouldn’t you rather have the extra suitcase space to pick up a few souvenir pairs?
Below, we’ve rounded up the very best walking shoes for travel in every style category. Oh, and one last suggestion: A weekend staycation is a great way to break in your new favorite travel shoes before you go.
Remember how fantastic those white sneakers looked the first day you wore them? Bright white and stylish on the first day, a little dingy by the next week, and downright sad by the end of the month. By that time, you were probably wondering how to clean white tennis shoes.
White shoes have always been one of the many wardrobe staples that people keep in their closet. Whether they are white leather or canvas shoes, their style always seems to fit with any occasion. The only flaw is the fact that they are white. White shoes have an incredible knack of attracting dust, dirt, and stains.
It takes time for running shoes to form to your feet and fit you in a way that is comfortable for you. Unfortunately, those tennis shoes are a dingy gray by the time they fit you perfectly.
- Cleaning White Tennis Shoes
- Cleaning White Tennis Shoes with Bleach
- How to Clean Leather Tennis Shoes with Soap
- Cleaning White Canvas Sneakers
- Suede Tennis Shoe Cleaning
- Removing Stains with Toothpaste
Cleaning White Tennis Shoes
There are many ways to keep your kicks looking like brand new and get white sneakers white again. Whether they are Nike, Adidas, Converse, or another brand of favorite leather sneakers, we have some tips to help you get them back to the clean white sneakers you love.
Cleaning White Tennis Shoes with Bleach
This cleaning process is an ideal method for use on white fabric tennis shoes. It is essential to use this cleaning method in an area that has proper ventilation and that you do not overdo it with the bleach.
Applying too much bleach to your shoes while cleaning them could cause them to turn yellow. Following proper shoe care by using these instructions will restore those sneakers to brand new.
Cleaning Shoes with Bleach
- 1 part bleach
- 5 parts water
- Old toothbrush
- Nitrile gloves
Wearing the nitrile gloves to protect your hands from irritation, carefully mix the warm water and bleach in a container. Remove the shoelaces and insoles. Dip the old toothbrush into the bleach solution and gently scrub the shoes in a circular motion to loosen grime.
Begin at the fabric and work your way to the soles. Rinse the shoes under a faucet of cold water and allow the shoes to air dry.
Cleaning white shoe strings can be done in a mesh bag in the washer or you can scrub them with the solution above to get them nice and bright again.
How to Clean Leather Tennis Shoes with Soap
How do you clean leather sneakers? Using simple, old fashioned soap is how to clean tennis shoes made of leather. It’s more gentle than bleach, yet still gets the job done.
While some people prefer to use laundry detergent or dish soap, leather doesn’t readily absorb water. This particular cleaning method works wonders on leather shoes and gets rid of stains or gives the shoes an overall clean.
Cleaning Leather Shoes
- Ivory soap
- Mr. Clean Magic Eraser
- Paper towel
- Soft cloth
Wipe down the outsides of the shoes using a damp paper towel to remove excess dirt. Moisten the Magic Eraser and rub it along the soles of the shoes until they are clean. Dampen the soft cloth and lather it with the Ivory soap.
Using the cloth, massage the leather of the shoe in a circular motion, removing dirt as you go. Wipe the shoes off with a paper towel and allow them to air dry. Don’t put the shoes in the dryer, as it will damage the leather and cause it to shrink.
Try this DIY remedy to clean white soccer cleats or football cleats to get them white again.
Cleaning White Canvas Sneakers
It is not recommended to put canvas shoes into a washing machine and dryer due to their tendency to shrink. However, if your shoes are a little too big to wear comfortably, the washer is one of the best ways to shrink shoes.
Cleaning Toms and the best way to wash Vans and other canvas style shoes may seem tricky at first, but it is possible with the right cleaning solution and a bit of your time. You probably have all the ingredients you need in the kitchen or bathroom to clean white mesh tennis shoes or canvas ones.
Canvas Shoe Cleaning
- 2 tablespoons white vinegar
- 1 tablespoon baking soda
- 1 cup hot water
Mix the vinegar and baking soda into a smooth paste. To wash sneakers, dip the toothbrush into the mixture and scrub the shoes in a circular motion with the bristles of the toothbrush to remove dirt and stains. Be sure to scrub the tongue, too, as this area is sometimes neglected in cleaning and it gets dirty, too.
After a thorough cleaning, let the shoes air dry. Putting them out in the sun is even better, as sunlight adds to the cleaning power of this recipe. Once the shoes are dry, clap them together to remove any loose dust and baking soda.
Suede Tennis Shoe Cleaning
The tennis shoe cleaning procedure for suede is a little different than traditional shoe cleaning. Suede is a delicate material that stains easily. Therefore, special measures need to be taken to protect this type of fabric.
Suede Shoe Cleaning
- White vinegar
- Soft cloth
- Pink pencil eraser
- Suede brush
Begin by wiping down the shoes with a soft cloth to remove debris and moisture. Using the pink pencil eraser, gently rub any marks on the shoe until the stains are gone.
For stains that remain, dip the soft cloth into the vinegar and gently rub the stains away. Allow the shoes to dry and finish up the process by brushing them with a suede brush to get back their initial texture.
Removing Stains with Toothpaste
You buy yourself a new pair of white shoes, and you’re feeling quite stylish. By the end of the first day of wear, they are still white except for that one glaring smudge. This cleaning method is perfect for removing those small stains and scuffs from your white shoes.
Toothpaste Spot Cleaning
- White toothpaste
- Soft cloth
Wipe the shoes down with a damp, soft cloth to remove any loose dirt. Lightly spray the shoes with water to wet them without soaking them. Put a fingertip-sized amount of toothpaste directly onto the heavy stains and scuff marks.
Brush the paste into the stain with a toothbrush using circular motions. Let sit for ten minutes before wiping the area with the damp cloth. If you are running short on time, shoes air dry faster when sitting in the sun.
You don’t have to continually replace those white tennis shoes just because they’ve gotten dingy or stained. Using the right sneaker cleaner will help those kicks stay bright and new day after day. The key is to use household cleaning products such as vinegar, soap, bleach, and baking soda to keep shoes in tip-top shape.
Now that you’ve learned some DIY tricks for getting dirt stains out of white shoes and turning them into clean white shoes, the next step is to deodorize shoes to get rid of that old shoe smell.
Maintaining kid’s shoes is a challenge within themselves. These tips are especially handy for keeping children’s shoes looking and smelling like new. You’ll never have to buy new shoes again!
Now that you know the secrets on how to clean white tennis shoes to the point that they look brand new, why not share those secrets with your friends and family on Facebook?
Can I put my Hey dudes in the washer?
Unlike most manufacturers, HEYDUDE state that you can clean your canvas shoes in the washing machine. If the shoes are muddy, wait until they dry before cleaning. … Then take out the removable insole (and laces if it’s a laced style) and pop into a cool wash on a slow or non-spin cycle in your washing machine.
Can hey dude shoes get wet?
Can Hey dudes go in the dryer?
Do hey dude shoes run big?
Do your shoes run true to size? Some of the Hey Dude Shoes styles may run smaller or larger than other in our collections. It is recommended to read the suggested sizing tips on each product page. … Hey Dude Shoes weight start at only 5oz (150 grams), so about the same as a couple of pairs of socks!
Are hey dude shoes made in China?
Hey Dude shoes are currently manufactured in China and Indonesia.
How do you clean shoe inserts?
Use warm water and mild soap or detergent and wipe down or gently scrub with an old toothbrush or nylon brush; do not saturate with water. Air-dry overnight. It is a good idea to remove your insoles from your shoes each night so that air can dry each side. This is especially important if you perspire heavily.
Do Hey dudes wear socks?
Do Hey dudes stretch out?
Hey Dude Stretch Style
These shoes are designed to stretch and accustom to the shape of your foot with use. That said, the stretchiness of the material can mean that the shoes might require a little more TLC compared to the Sox material discussed above.
What are Hey dudes made out of?
Do hey dude shoes have arch support?
Who invented Hey dudes?
When did Hey dudes come out?
Hey Dude emerged in 2008 out of an intense desire to see lightweight, comfortable, stylish and yet affordable well made shoes become the standard, and not the exception for how you treat your feet.
Do Hey dudes fit wide feet?
Wide fitting styles from Hey Dude. The ultra-wide fit guarantees that these will be the most comfortable shoes you will ever wear. … The ultra-wide fit guarantees that these will be the most comfortable shoes you will ever wear.
Do Hey dudes make your feet stink?
There’s a high chance that your shoes will develop some sort of odor after a while. Don’t worry, that’s normal. Here are a few ways that you can tackle this problem. Baking soda can be used to deodorize the inside of your Hey Dude shoes.
How do you wash Yeezy insoles?
Can you wash sneaker insoles in the washer?
Remove laces and insoles – To keep your laces from getting tangled, remove them from the shoes and put them in a separate bag or pillowcase to go in the washer. Your insoles, however, should be washed by hand. Remove them from your shoes and use a solution of warm water and detergent to remove stains and odors.
Can you wash New Balance insoles?
Most of the sneakers New Balance makes are comprised of synthetic materials like rubber, foam and mesh, and can be washed in the same way. Put the shoes‘ laces and insoles in a mesh laundry bag and wash them in cool water with mild detergent in the washing machine, or soak them in soapy water and scrub them by hand.
Can you wear Hey dudes in the winter?
Are you supposed to wear socks with boat shoes?
Do you wear socks with boat shoes? Boat shoes are designed to be comfy and airy without socks, and most people keep their ankles bare for the classic maritime look – preferably with no-show socks. … In both cases, just make sure they’re your good socks – an old, well worn pair really won’t cut it.
Do you wear socks with loafers?
Is Hey dude buy website legit?
As a first-time shopper or a loyal customer, we completely understand the hesitation to purchase online, with so many non-authentic sites coming up every day. We want to reassure you that this is the only official site and will never use your data or personal information, without your consent.
Are hey dude shoes ethical?
Our eco-friendly shoes are constructed from collected plastic from the ocean that is melted down to create a material known as polyethylene terephthalate (PET fibres).
Do Hey dudes have a rubber sole?
HEYDUDE took apart classic styles, removed the stiff, metal parts and then reconstructed them using their patented EVA sole technology and lightweight, hard-wearing materials to create the funkiest, comfiest shoes straight out of the box.
Are Hey dudes business casual?
The Wayne will dress up your business casual outfit while keeping that signature Hey Dude comfort. Built from a stylish cotton canvas material, this chukka-style design allows for easy slipping on and off, while showing a pinch of sophistication. SHOE SPECS: Ultra-LIGHT outsole.
Where are Crocs made?
Crocs can be made in a variety of locations. The primary factories are in Mexico, however other Crocs has contracted out some of their models to Italy, Romania, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Vietnam, China and Argentina.
Where are Sketcher shoes made?
No, Skechers shoes are not made in the USA. Most of the popular footwear is made in manufacturing facilities in China and Vietnam by independent contractors. Although this news is certainly disappointing, it isn’t really that surprising for the 3rd largest athletic footwear manufacturer in the country.
Are Hey dudes non slip?
Our shoes are not certified non-slip. However we do provide suitable outsole grip and on some styles we add a nonslip coating, please see product description for details.
Who owns Heydude?
Are Hey dudes vegan?
Are your shoes suitable for vegans? Without our leather-lined memory foam insoles, HEYDUDE shoes that are made from materials other than suede and leather are suitable for vegetarians and vegans. We currently have alternative canvas-lined and cork-lined insoles which you can view here.
Can I wash yeezys in the washing machine?
Yes you can machine wash Yeezys! … As long as you are using the correct cycles (normal cycle with cold water) and a laundry bag your Yeezy’s are fine to be machined washed. One of the benefits of machine washing is that in addition to getting a deeper clean it also deodorizes shoes!
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- Mix together a small bowl of cold water and a drop of mild laundry detergent.
- Dip a soft-bristled toothbrush in the solution and gently scrub the insoles of the shoes.
- If the shoes are stinky, you can make your own deodorizing powder.
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In respect to this, what does M and W mean for shoes?
Typically it stands for the width of the shoe. M, I think stands for medium width, and W stands for wide width. Answered on 9/13/2015 6:29:52 AM by outdoor mom from WI. W is wide and M is medium. Most shoes will be an M even if they don’t say it.
Secondly, does Toms really donate a pair of shoes? Vox.com is going after the TOMS “One for One” business model, in which the company donates one pair of shoes to children around the world for every pair of shoes sold. While the shoes themselves probably won’t lead to any kind of disaster, that worldview can lead to bad policies and real, serious harm.
Subsequently, question is, how do TOMS shoes sizes run?
TOMS® Shoes run true to size and are available in medium width only. We recommend ordering the size you normally wear in a casual or dress shoe. If you’re typically in-between shoe sizes, we recommend going with the smaller one since TOMS® will stretch slightly as they’re broken in.
Are you supposed to wear socks with Toms shoes?
Yes. You should ALWAYS wear socks with your closed toe shoes. However, pair them with some thin no-show socks and you‘re good to go, stain and stench free. TOMS® Shoes are to be worn as leisurewear.
If you’re like us, you’re always in search of a “hack” that will make your life a little easier, especially with regard to cleaning. That search has taken us in some interesting directions over the years, but when we hit CleanTok and heard that you could clean your clothes with liquid dish soap, we had to take pause. As a general rule, you should NEVER put Dawn or any other type of liquid dish soap in your washing machine. Not only does it create a bubble mess of epic proportions, but it can ruin your washing machine. However, this particular creator’s approach is worth a listen. With that in mind, let’s get into the do’s and don’ts for using DAWN in the washing machine.
Reasons NOT to Put Dawn in the Washing Machine
Dawn is capable of cleaning a lot of things. Heck, it can clean those poor ducklings from an oil spill; BUT, it was never intended to clean your laundry (nor should you put it in your dishwasher). While it’s entertaining when we see someone make this mistake in the movies, the reality of a liquid dish soap bubbly mess isn’t quite so funny.
Dawn Can Ruin the Washing Machine
That’s right, using Dawn in the wash can ruin the washing machine. While that may not matter to you if you’re at the laundromat, but we can assure you that the owner definitely cares. Laundry detergent doesn’t get nearly as sudsy and foamy as a liquid dish soap. Therefore, if you use Dawn in the washing machine, it could overflow and also cause issue in the pumps and drains. Your washer was just never intended to handle those kinds of suds.
Using Dawn in the Washing Machine Won’t Get Your Clothes as clean as you’d think
If you ran out of laundry detergent, you may think, “what’s the harm just this one time.” And you may be right. Maybe you’ll get lucky, but the truth is that if you consistently use dish soap in the wash, your clothes are probably not as clean as you expect. In fact, Dawn may be leaving a film of soap scum on your clothes that will cause them to get dingy and cause the fibers in your laundry to break down faster. Laundry detergent and dish soap are not interchangeable. Your detergent has specific ingredients (surfactants) that excel at removing dirt from your clothes. Dawn does not.
How to Use Dawn in the Washing Machine
- Only use a tablespoon of Dawn.
- Put that tablespoon of Dawn on a dry rag or washcloth and throw it directly into the wash. DO NOT add Dawn to the detergent dispenser.
- Also add in detergent or a laundry pod as you normally would.
- If you have a top loader, fill up the wash with water first before dropping in your rag with Dawn on it.
This creator claims that she’s been using this approach for 12 years and it brightens her whites better than using bleach (since bleach can cause yellowing to occur). She can also brighten whites while also doing other colors without causing any harm to other garments.
So it’s possible that you can use Dawn in the washing machine, but even that TikTok creator knows better than to add dish soap to the laundry detergent dispenser.
Whatever the case, we recommend that you use products that are designed for your washing machine, particularly if you are doing laundry at the laundromat. This will prevent issues with your appliance and ensure that your clothes are getting as clean as possible.
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TOMS, a company that prides itself on giving back, is thriving on the buy one, give one model. Founder Blake Mycoskie started the company after befriending children in a village in Argentina. Once he realized the children did not have shoes to protect their feet, he decided to take action.
“I didn’t want to start a charity or non-profit and be dependent on donations,” Mycoskie said. “As an entrepreneur, I used business to solve the problem of kids needing shoes. For every pair we sell, we give a pair away.”
Since launching eight years ago, TOMS has given away more than 35 million shoes to children in developing countries.
The movement quickly expanded beyond shoes. Mycoski realized the model could serve other needs and launched TOMS eyewear three years ago. With every pair of eyewear purchased, TOMS helps give sight to a person in need. So far, 150,000 people have had their sight restored through purchases of TOMS Eyewear.
Most recently the company moved into the coffee business, TOMS Roasting Co. For each bag of coffee beans sold a person will get clean water for a week, and for every cup of coffee sold someone gets water for a day.
“We found that using the one for one model and partnering with other companies around the world gave our customers an opportunity to buy products and services and give back,” Mycoskie said. “It’s also a way for our customers to engage with the TOMS brand every single day. It’s important for us to have a community.”
The community TOMS has gathered over the years has grown rapidly in size. The company sells its products online and through national retailers, as well as small boutiques. Social media has also played a big part in the company’s popularity. TOMS has nearly 400,000 followers on Instagram and its Facebook page has garnered nearly 3 million likes.
“The customers that bought the shoes took a tremendous amount of pride in the fact that they helped someone less fortunate,” Mycoskie said. “That pride translated into customers lighting up social media. They post stuff on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.”
TOMS latest partnership is with Target. The two companies are collaborating on a 50 item limited-edition collection for the holiday season. For each product purchased from the TOMS for Target collection, which will include housewares, clothing and shoes, a pair of shoes, a meal or a blanket will be donated to someone in need.
So what’s the secret to TOMS’ success? Mycoskie says it’s not about money; rather it’s about finding something you love.
“If you’re going to be an entrepreneur, if you’re going to start a business, you’ve got to be doing something you’re deeply passionate about because it is difficult,” Mycosckie said. “When you look at the brands that we all love, they all were started by a founder that was deeply passionate about changing something. That’s why I started TOMS. I want every kid who needs a pair of shoes to have a pair, and that’s what’s driven me to build my business.”
Mycoskie participated in the World Business Forum New York City. He discussed how the principles that provide the foundation for his One to One model are applicable to various organizations and industries.
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Whatever your personal style, simple white trainers are a shoe-rack staple. They’re comfortable, stylish, and they go with pretty much anything. But let’s be honest: they’re a nightmare to keep clean, especially when the temperamental British weather means the risk of them coming into contact with mud and other mucky splatters is high.
Fortunately after 100 years of testing cleaning methods and products, our GHI experts have a few tricks up their sleeves when it comes to keeping things clean. Here are our top tips for keeping white trainers fresh and clean.
1. Remove caked-on mud
More often than not, that Sunday afternoon stroll turns out to be a lot muddier than expected. If you’ve managed to cake your trainers in mud, leave them to dry and then bang them together to get rid of any large clods. Gently remove stubborn mud clinging to the shoe upper and the rubber sides with the back of an old knife.
2. Soak the laces
Clean laces will instantly lift the look of your trainers. Begin by unthreading the laces and leave them to soak in a strong solution of Vanish Gold Oxi Action powder while you get on with cleaning the rest of the shoe. When you’ve finished, rinse the laces thoroughly and hang them up to air dry. If you’ve got a laundry bag small enough, you can machine wash laces with light colours, too.
3. Clean the outside
Avoid using anything too harsh on leather; wiping the surface with an e-cloth and a weak solution of washing-up liquid should do the trick. If you do this regularly, you’ll see better results. Don’t reach for the biological laundry detergent, as this could damage the leather.
Use a soft brush to remove loose dirt. Don’t forget to scrub the rubber edges and tongue, too. Mix a few drops of washing up liquid into a cup of warm water and dip a soft brush (an old toothbrush is great for this job), or a clean cloth, into the solution. Gently scrub each shoe. Wet another clean cloth with just water and wipe the shoes to rinse.
4. Banish stubborn stains
To get rid of grass stains on white leather trainers or tennis shoes, try spraying the stained area with a few drops of WD-40 and wiping with a clean cloth, the Good Housekeeping Institute experts advise.
For grass stains on white canvas trainers, treat with Vanish Oxi Action Gel, following the instructions given on the pack. Flush the targeted area with water to remove all traces of the product before allowing to air dry.
5. Scrub the soles
Now it’s time to tackle the soles and the rubber toe caps. If these are smooth, the e-cloth and washing up solution method above will work. If the rubber is textured, use an old toothbrush to get into the grooves and remove the grime.
To leave them sparkling, you can also clean the rubber trims with a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. Or, dip your rinsed toothbrush in neat bleach and (carefully) tackle pesky marks. Leave the bleach to sit for eight to ten minutes before wiping away with a damp cloth.
6. Air-dry only
Open out the trainers’ tongues and allow them to dry naturally. If the insides have got soggy while you were cleaning them, stuff some scrunched-up newspaper inside and leave overnight, then remove and allow the trainers to continue drying. Never machine wash or dry your trainers and avoid applying direct heat.
7. Spray to keep them white
Once your trainers are dry and looking brand-new again, spray them with a stain protector, such as Nikwax Water Repellent Shoe Protector. This’ll form an invisible barrier on your shoes and protects them against liquids and stains.
8. Smooth-over scuffs
If your trainers are scuffed, use a trainer whitener such as Kiwi Sports Trainer Whitener to cover the scratches. You’ll have to reapply this every so often.
GHI Tip: Keep Shout Stain Remover Wipes in your handbag to tackle grub on-the-go.
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