6 users: 4.8 / 5
Base model: Keds Triple
Style: Platform
Top: Low
Inspired from: Casual

Verdict from 7.6 hours of research from the internet

7 reasons to buy

  • A lot of users agree that the Keds Triple Cross Canvas is very comfortable for all-day wear.
  • Some reviewers appreciate the laceless construction of this shoe.
  • Many wearers are delighted with the style of this kick.
  • Plenty of sneakerheads mention that the Keds Triple Cross Canvas sneaker makes them look taller than they really are.
  • Several owners find the shoe very lightweight despite its platform sole.
  • One reason why people buy this shoe is because of its timeless design. 
  • Most fashionistas agree that the Triple Cross Canvas, like other Keds sneakers, go well with almost all kinds of casual outfits.

3 reasons not to buy

  • A few wearers notice that this shoe runs narrow.
  • Some are disappointed that the Keds Triple Cross Canvas does not have enough arch support.
  • The all-white upper is challenging to keep clean, according to a couple of owners.

Bottom line

Add a touch of subtle elegance to any outfit with the help of the Keds Triple Cross Canvas. This platform sneaker is dressed in an all-white upper with glossy laces. It has a slip-on profile that is different from the other Keds Triple sneakers. Despite that, the Triple Cross Canvas still boasts the familiar cushioned ride and lightweight feel.

In spite of its narrow construction, this sneaker is still a good deal considering its classic aesthetic, comfortable fit, and affordable price tag.

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This low-top sneaker is available in sizes 5 to 11 for women only. Because of its feminine silhouette, users with extremely wide feet may not be accommodated by the Keds Triple Cross Canvas. Also, it has a slip-on construction that provides a more snug fit compared to its laced-up counterparts.

Thanks to its all-white aesthetic, the Keds Triple Cross Canvas works well with a lot of casual ensembles. This slip-on kick can be worn with skinny or straight leg jeans. It also looks great with drape pants or biker shorts.

For a more chic get-up, users may wear this shoe with their favorite denim skirt paired with a long-sleeved top. Short dresses also look fantastic with this platform kick.

The Keds Triple Cross Canvas is dressed in a canvas upper on top of a platform, rubber outsole. It comes with fixed laces that are made of elastic satin material. This adds a bit of shimmer and a whole lot of elegance to the shoe. 

This shoe also features an Ortholite footbed for excellent cushioning and comfort. 

Keds is a long-standing company that makes comfortable sneakers for women. Founded in 1916, the brand started with the goal of creating simple yet chic footwear made of canvas and rubber. It has become one of the most successful fashion brands not only in the USA but all over the world as well.

Throughout the years, Keds sneakers have been sought after by many. They have been seen on the feet of athletes and famous celebrities. Several collaborations have also been released by the brand. Some brands that have collaborated with Keds are Kate Spade, Sunnylife, and Rifle Paper Co.

From the rubber-soled sneakers, Keds also expanded to making other footwear varieties, including sandals, cleats, flatforms, high-tops, and slip-ons. Shoes with vibrant colors and bold prints have also been created to cater to a broader range of consumers.

Despite these changes, the designers of the brand always go back to the basic all-white kicks. Thus, the birth of the Keds Triple Cross Canvas sneaker. This eye-catching sneaker is the brand’s modern take on the classic flatforms. 

  • The outsole of the Keds Triple Cross Canvas is measured 1 inch in height.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.