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The worst things about TOMS shoes are: they umdernine local markets. It's a "feel good" purchase that a lot of us Westerners make, because we feel like we are doing something good for people who are less fortunate than we are, but good intentions are not enough. If you've ever been to a market in a developing country (I've visited my fair share in some Latin American countries, as well as Zambia and Malawi in southern Africa) you will see that they are not short on shoes! Shoes are readily available in these markets - so when we drop off a bunch of shoes for them in these countries, who will buy the shoes from the person selling them in the market? Giving hand-outs distorts local markets, and in turn and in some cases, completely ruins the livelihoods of some of its people. Maybe what TOMS should be doing is using the money from the extra pair of shoes and putting it back into the economies of the countries where they are dropping off their shoes. (I'll end my rant here...)

Posted at 12:27AM on October 9th 2013 by Miguel

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Posted at 3:58PM on July 4th 2011 by Bonner

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