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Offered in medium width, the Keds Scout Trek Splash Canvas features a lace-up cleatie construction that hugs the foot in a comfortable, custom fit. The women’s exclusive low-top sneaker is available in sizes ranging from size 5 US to size 11 US.

Made for the wet-weather conditions, the Keds Scout Trek Splash keeps the wearer in style even during the rainy season. The low-top profile delivers a sleek and edgy appeal that brings out the stylish character of the wearer.

The Keds Scout Trek Splash Canvas conveys flexibility in style that provides the wearer the freedom to be creative with their style and look, matching it up with the shoe. This women’s sneaker works well with a pair of skinny jeans, cropped jeans, cuffed fitted jeans, leather pants, and short shorts.

The weatherproof canvas with PU coating that wraps the upper structure of the shoe carries the image of the Keds Scout Trek Splash Canvas. The rugged yet stylish appearance of the low-top shoe adds more effect on its appeal. Its design is completed with a contrasting rubber outsole.

Spending his time in jail after being in debt of a significant amount of money to almost everyone in Philadelphia, Charles Goodyear began doing some experiments on rubber. It was then he discovered the vulcanization process in which increases the resistance of rubber and makes it last longer.

The discovery that Charles made pulled him out of the bankruptcy status and also transformed the production of rubber goods. Merging various rubber manufacturers in Connecticut, the U.S. Rubber Company was established in 1982. An extension of its product range was made by the company in which includes the release of rubber-soled shoes under various brand names. It was in 1916 that Keds was born as the U.S. Rubber made the decision of releasing their footwear products under one brand name.

The year 1949 was when the Pro-Keds was introduced for athletic purposes with different professional basketball players wearing the shoes. It was in the 1950’s that the Keds acquired high popularity with its minimalistic appeal on its designs and its reputation went on for years to come.

In 2016, Keds celebrated its 100th year anniversary. As part of its celebration, the brand embarked on its new Ladies First Campaign in which offers women’s shoes that are designed for stylish modern lifestyle. One of the silhouettes from this campaign is the Keds Scout Splash which is a “weatherized cleat” minus the heavy-duty structure. The silhouette delivers comfort and a lightweight feel to its construction with a smaller image compared to bulky rain and snowshoes. The cleat was made to be weather resistant to allow women to enjoy a day or night out without worrying about the weather and while still being in style.

The Keds Scout Splash also has some variations which include the Keds Scout Trek Splash Canvas which displays a low-top profile. It is made mainly for the rainy season that can be a substitute for the rain cleats. The brand called it “the ultimate wet-weather canvas sneaker.”

  • The Keds Scout Trek Splash Canvas comes with two sets of laces. One is flat tonal laces while the other is a waxed cotton rope laces.
  • The shoe is built with a cushioned Ortholite footbed.
  • Care instruction for the sneaker includes: spot wash and air dry only.

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