Size and fit

The Keds Champion Leather is available in women's sizing from 5 to 13 US. To cater a vast range of consumers, Keds made this accessible in an extended array of widths - medium, slim, wide, and extra wide. The brand kept the classic Oxford style of lacing system with tonal flat laces for a personalized fit. Meanwhile, this model's removable Ortholite sockliner delivers lightweight cushioning and extends the freshness of the feet by preventing the formation of odor.

Keds Champion Leather Style

The low-top Keds Champion has remained cute and dainty since it was initially launched a century ago. The modernized Champion Leather has an upper that is made of soft and easy to clean leather for more durability. The brand kept the round-toe with a fuss-free profile for clean and easy to style look.

This kick delivers heritage vibe and refined aura that can be easily styled with virtually any casual ensemble. Some ladies don this with jeans, leggings, shorts, and even with skirt or dresses. Its versatility is endless that many considered this a staple footwear by wearers who prefer versatile and comfortable sneakers that they could enjoy for a lasting time.

Notable Features

Aside from the timeless and clean look of the Keds Champion Leather, another noteworthy feature is the presence of super soft and easy to clean leather upper. This element adds luxurious vibe and enhances the shoe's longevity for wearers to enjoy for a lengthy time.

Keds Champion Leather History

Charles Goodyear, a chemist and an engineer, started experimenting with rubber and discovered the vulcanization process that makes rubber more durable and lasting life. This development modernized the rubber goods which paved the way for the foundation of the US Rubber Company in 1982. From tires, the company was the first to create rubber soled shoes which sparked a surge in the demand and supply. The brand decided of launching its production of rubber-soled footwear under their sub-brand called Keds.

The Keds was born in 1916 and first produced canvas plimsoll which is known today as the Champion Original. It was initially intended to function for athletics purposes but later on, was embraced by the street style. The trend grew steadily in the 1950s because of its minimalist look and Oxford style of lacing system.

Keds Champion became more popular as a casual sneaker in the 60s, and until the 90s, it was considered significant footwear across the US and in other parts of the world. The Keds Champion has undergone several evolutions such as Slip-On, Suede, and Leather variations.

The Keds Champion Leather displayed all the classic elements and upgraded with soft, premium leather upper. The tumbled leather elevated the modernized feel, and the brand inserted various technologies to improve the comfort and overall support.

Additional Info

  • The Keds Champion Leather has four eyelets lace-up system.
  • It has soft, breathable chambray lining for improved breathability.
  • The blown rubber midsole delivers ample shock absorbing function and boosts the comfort.
  • It has the flexible and textured rubber outsole that provides excellent traction.
  • This shoe weighs 230 grams.

Rankings

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Top 17% sneakers
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Top 8% Keds sneakers
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Top 16% low sneakers
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Danny McLoughlin

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