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Toms Shoes have been a sensation in our shop, and why shouldn’t they? A cute inexpensive product that comes in a multitude of colors, that also helps children in foreign countries. They pioneered what I like to call the “consumerism with a conscience” fad we see in retail today, a product that gives back when you buy. That being said, many people want their Toms to last and not buy a new pair as soon as the old pair gets dirty and worn.
The most common question I get is “Can you wash TOMS Shoes?”
I asked our Toms dealer what the low down was and his response was, “Yes, BUT they will break down faster the more you wash them. Also, the leather insole will get a bit tattered.” I passed this information to a friend and she washed hers with great results, a pair of like new Toms. You may want to take into consideration the material your Toms are made of. My friend had a pair of classic canvas, but Toms uses such a wide variety of materials in their line I would look into care instructions for the specific material. For example I would not put the glitter Toms in the washer, because the glitter would most likely come off. If you ever have any Toms care questions we would be happy to look into it just send a message to us using out Contact Us form. Toms are a fantastic product and I want to continue to help our customers support their cause. Check out our Toms selection today on our website, and give the gift of shoes to a child in need.
O’Neill has been hard at work in their area 52 labs coming up with the latest wetsuit tech, and this time around they have come up with something truly awesome. The new Mutant 4.5/3.5 with Techno Butter Neoprene and Super Seam Weld Technology is about as versatile a wetsuit as you can get. Basically they took the Mutant, which was already a great wetsuit, and made it lighter, warmer, and more flexible.
The Techno Butter is boasted to be a 17% lighter formula with 30% less water absorption, and it dries quicker than any previous O’Neill Neoprene. The Super Seam Weld Tech is an all new narrower silicone-based urethane seal applied to the outside of a triple glued stitchless seam. 60% Thinner, and Lighter. Thinner = More Stretch. Bam! The detachable hood on this suit extends its temperature range to get you through those icy duck dives without the icy headache, all the while giving you the option to completely shed the hood on warmer days.
This suit retails for $449.95 and is worth every penny.
Stock is limited on this Limited Edition Series. Get’em while their hot!
Matt Wilkinson shows off his skills in his Rip Curl E-Bomb Wetsuit.