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In 1916, the Keds brand was introduced by the U.S. Rubber Company as the first national athletic and lifestyle footwear brand. At this time, the shoes were called sneakers, a term invented in late 1916 because the rubber soles made the shoes quiet. Worn by Olympic soccer players, scores of National and International tennis champions, and many college athletes, Keds was coined the shoe of champions because of its reputation as America's premier athletic brand. Not only was Keds a leading athletic brand, it was also the brand of choice for leading style icons due to its classic, stylish, and authentic characteristics.
Top Customer Reviews
I sprayed mine a couple of times to make them more water resistant and to avoid stains.
Updated: I got a black pair as well. They came with a tag on them, so I'm guessing the blue pair might be a return. They did not have a tag on them. Anyway, the black ones are nice. They make my feet look a little smaller and again, not very wide which is good.
I took these on vacation with me, and I walked all day in them without any discomfort or blisters. I love them!
-- Debbie Lee Wesselmann
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pretty darned miffed about these shoes. While I normally had great luck with Keds, these fell apart in just two months, as the soles separated right off the shoe. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Miss Bekka
What can I say, they are navy, simple and work with anything. Love em.Published 21 months ago by Laurie Rigney
I can't bring myself to buy these shoes for $80. They were, at the highest price, only $30-40. They have a nice stretch. They look cute, even in size 9.Published on June 1, 2014 by Susan Barone
Had been looking for these keds for several months when I decided I wanted an additional pair. Found them one before on Amazon but the price was twice what I had paid for before. Read morePublished on January 8, 2014 by A Dunlap dog lover Dunlap