A narrow fit has been emphasized in the Keds Triple Bandeau Canvas, as indicated on the brand's official website and confirmed by several users. Wide-footed wearers may have to go half a size up for a more comfortable fit. Women’s sizes from 5-11 are offered for this model in medium width, fitting true to size. Its low-top collar allows free ankle movement, while the canvas upper provides a sturdy and supple fit.
A metallic touch instills a fresh and edgy flair to the low-top Keds Triple Bandeau Canvas. It can easily match with any pair of jeans from one’s closet, in any style, whether polished or distressed. T-shirts, dresses, skirts, or shorts will also go well with these kicks. Finding an outfit to suit these shoes would be easy as they have a versatile appeal that can be dressed up or down.
A one-inch platform on the sole adds height to the Keds Triple Bandeau Canvas. It has a plain white midsole and an upper made up of canvas, which has minimal styling. A silver or gold metallic band gives the shoe a stylish contrast. It's designed as a slip-on with monochrome stitch detailing. A Keds tag in gold or silver can be seen on the collar, while the Keds logo is also on the heel tab. An elevated sidewall and a distinctly feminine silhouette give the model a classic appeal.
With a unique and chic heritage dating back to 1916, there is no wonder that Keds continues to be popular among different people of all ages. It was initially established by a coalition of different rubber manufacturers under the U.S. Rubber Company, with the aim of producing their rubber-soled shoes under one brand.
Despite its reputation these days as a mainly casual footwear brand, Keds also ventured into the world of sports in the past. In 1949, the Pro-Keds line was established, producing sneakers for the basketball court and earning the endorsement of Lakers player George Mikan. Over the years, however, the models from the line transitioned into casual footwear worn by style icons, musicians, and other artists, proving how versatile the brand can be.
In the 1950s Keds introduced its canvas styles, which have made the brand into a household name. The styles notably infused a combination of comfort and elegance for the ultimate casual footwear. Since then, the company has come up with an evolution of different styles, which now includes slip-on sneakers such as the Keds Triple Bandeau Canvas.
This model has a simple approach, yet it has an added stylish touch that comes in the form of the metallic bandeau, which dominates the top of the shoe. It’s an eye-catching detail that elevates the sneaker from minimalist footwear into an edgy casual shoe. Comfort and an elegant style are two of the brand’s trademark touches, and wearers will not go wrong with a pair of this metallic model.
- The Ortholite footbed delivers cushioned comfort as well as odor-blocking features.
- Soft fabric linings provide a breathable feel for this model.
- Air dry and spot wash are the care instructions for these shoes.