Size and fit
The women’s Champion Tie Dye by Keds is exclusively offered in the ladies’ sizes ranging from 5 to 12. This shoe’s dimensions are also designed after the female foot’s anatomy. It utilizes the traditional lace-up closure for an adjustable snug fit.
Keds Champion Tie Dye Style
Your beloved Keds Champion shoes are back in a more vibrant look. The shoe’s pastel colors and tie-dye print offers the opportunity to be a striking standout in the crowd without sacrificing the ease of pairing with any ensemble. Perfect for summer, the Keds women’s Champion Tie-Dye fashion sneaker would look bomb with summer-themed outfits specifically pastels, white, and any denim hue.
This sneaker’s Champion lineage has been enough reason for some consumers to cop a pair, but what most reviewers gravitated towards is its fun colors and print. What’s more, is the Keds Champion Tie Dye takes its predecessor’s time-tested comfort up a notch by incorporating Dream Foam footbeds for that added cushioning and comfort in every step.
Keds Champion Tie Dye History
Keds is considered one of the pioneering, if not the ultimate pioneering sneaker brand of all. First established in 1916, the company is best known for its Champion model which was originally designed in a high-top profile. This shoe was specifically created for women and is referred to as the first mass-produced canvas and rubber-soled footwear. It is also the model that helped coin the term “sneaker” due to its rubber soles’ ability to keep quiet with every step.
The Keds Champion shoes had obviously gone several overhauls and released in countless iterations. The sneaker had been offered in various colors, prints, materials, and appliques to provide endless style options to its market. One of the hottest variations of the model is the Keds Champion Tie Dye, a bolder take on the classic that exudes hippie vibes thanks to its tie dye print. Check this shoe out in the Pink Multi colorway.
- Metal eyelets provide enhanced durability.
- A Keds Champion Tie Dye had been released in 2012 in collaboration with another company. However, the previous iteration features different design elements than this current iteration.