TOKU Stockholms are sustainable sneakers designed by Piibe Tomp and made in Estonia. Our machine-washable sneakers have a classic high cut with a small TOKU twist. Wear them at a muddy festival or a rainy hike – no problem! Remove the laces from the sneakers and wipe off the major dirt and grime. Put the sneakers and laces in the laundry bag, which came with the purchase of the sneakers. This is our most durable and sustainable design so far – no shoe box, all materials are from Europe, the soles are made of natural rubber, and much more.
TOWARDS A BETTER FUTURE AND ENVIRONMENT
We value high-quality materials, sustainability, and as a local small producer, we also leave a smaller footprint on our planet thanks to this. We have managed to find partners who share similar values with us. The packaging for new Toku sneakers is a washable and reusable shoe bag – an alternative to the usual cardboard shoe box. Each year we plant about 2000 new trees to contribute to the conservation of Estonian nature. Planting forests helps us remember our roots and preserve the nature surrounding us.
The leather for shoe details comes from European farms and is processed in Italy. This leather can be washed in a washing machine.
50% renewable solar energy is used in the production of the fabric. The outer layer of fabric consists of 70% cotton and 30% polyester. The lining is 100% recycled PET.
The insole material is breathable microfiber, under which is activated charcoal and natural cork, ensuring comfort, keeping feet dry, and helping fight unpleasant odors.
The soles are 100% natural latex rubber – made from the milk of the hevea or rubber tree. Hevea milk
is collected in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Vietnam and then sent to France, where the final product, LACTAE HEVEA® sole, is made.
All TOKU shoes are handmade in southern Estonia by a small family company that has made great shoes since 1927. They practice slow fashion by using natural, high-quality materials and creating versatile, long-lasting styles, ensuring your sandals serve you for years.
Shipping within the EU: 4-8 workdays. Shipping within the Baltics and Finland: 2-5 workdays.