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Two Ten keeps on caring.

Two Ten continued its month-long bonanza of community service projects last week as part of #FootwearCares. April 7 found the FDRA working with SOME (So Others Might Eat) to serve lunch to 400 homeless people in Washington, DC.

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Vans and the ASPCA get their kicks on.

Vans has teamed up with the ASPCA to offer animal lovers the chance to support their furry friends in a sartorial way with shoes, shirts and accessories covered in cats and dogs. The seven-piece collection includes an oll-over cat collage on Vans’ classic silhouette, the Authentic, while the Sk8-Hi Slim uses puppies on each quarter panel. To celebrate the collaboration and raise awareness, custom sock-liners in orange–a color that represents animal abuse prevention–with ASPCA logos are found in the foot beds of all shoes.

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Two Ten celebrates 75 years of giving back to the shoe community.

Two Ten Footwear Foundation will today celebrate its 75th anniversary on the steps of the Massachusetts State House with the presentation of a citation issued by Governor Deval Patrick. This recognizes the foundation’s outstanding service to the country’s footwear community of 250,000 members, many of whom are from Massachusetts. 

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The Left Shoe Company announces corporate giving program to benefit returning veterans.

Luxury Los Angeles made-to-measure shoe-tique The Left Shoe Company will donate $5 to the Bob Woodruff Foundation for every man who gets his feet scanned between December 15 and Veterans Day 2014. Choosing a cause that’s near and dear to Co-Founder and Chairman Gordon W. Clune, the company sought out the New York-based charity for its dedication to helping the courageous men and women who have served the country. “As head of Klune Industries, we were very involved with the U.S. military,” Clune says.

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Etnies gifts new shoes to 360 children in need

Tis the season of goodwill and Etnies played its part on Friday by hosting its ninth annual holiday festival at the Etnies Skatepark of Lake Forest in California. Skateboarding owner and CEO Pierre-Andre Senizergues, along with team riders Nick Garcia, David Reyes, Aidan Campbell, Alex Midler and Chris Del Moro, handed out 360 pairs of shoes to children in need from various Orange County non-profits. And imagine the kids’ surprise when Santa Claus decided to show off his impressive boarding skills.

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The March 2024 Issue

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