Size and fit

The narrow fit of the Keds Triple Cross jersey sneaker fits people with medium to standard feet configuration. Most of its users say it runs perfectly true to size with the elastic satin laces securely fastening the feet to the low-top sneaker. Shoe sizes range from women’s US 5 to 11 with half-sizes available for accurate fitting.

Keds Triple Cross Jersey Style

The modern design of the Keds Triple Cross Jersey sneaker, aims for a casual finish by including a washed denim-like material in the upper for a youthful and fashionable sneaker design. As it comes in a slip-on construction, the shoe has fixed elastic laces that securely fasten the feet to the shoe. A perfect shoe to bring during travel, the Keds Triple Cross Jersey kick is a better option for travelers who are always on the go as they no longer had to tie shoelaces to slip on and off the footwear. Wear these neutrally toned kicks with shorts or a skirt without any hindrance as they are excellent casual shoes to include in your wardrobe.

Notable Features

With an elevated sidewall, the low-top Keds Triple Cross jersey offers a one-inch platform sole that gives a boost in confidence with the added height. The design also has comfort in mind with the slip-on design with comfortable elastic satin laces and an Ortholite insole for a comfortable cushioning in the interiors.

Keds Triple Cross Jersey History

Women’s footwear manufacturer Keds has been a pioneering brand in producing mass-marketed sneakers. The brand started as the US Rubber Company then based in Connecticut in 1892 which later turned into Keds when it consolidated with other American shoe manufacturers to form one company. Manufacturing then plimsolls the company was initially named Peds or the Latin name for the foot but was eventually changed into Keds when founders found out that the name was already registered.

The shoe company became successful with the release of the Keds Champion which was patronized by athletes that eventually wore them at the Olympic Games. In the 1950s, Keds further soared into the popular consciousness of the American shoe consumer with its rubber soles that has a light tread that allows wearers to sneak-in unnoticed hence the word “sneakers “ came to light.

As leading women’s shoe manufacturer big stars and style icons that included Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn and John Lennon’s wife Yoko Ono once donned the iconic Keds sneakers. Through the years, Keds sneakers slowly became a staple in women’s footwear. As part of its Ladies First campaign, the company continues its legacy of creating the perfect casual shoe for every woman. One of the styles that came out is the bestselling Keds Triple which had several iterations including materials and colorways to suit the needs and wants and style preferences of the female market.

As part of the continued focus on women’s style, the brand released the Keds Triple Cross Jersey with a new and exciting look to the platform-soled sneakers. The updated look showcases a one-inch platform sole. The design also comes with an easygoing appeal featuring casual jersey uppers and fixed elastic satin laces that add a bit of shimmer and deftness by fastening the feet to the slip-on sneaker while on the move.

Additional Info

  • One-inch platform sole with an elevated sidewall.
  • The feminine silhouette of the Keds Triple Cross jersey has a novelty cross gore band that gives a firm hold on the foot while on the move.
  • Care instructions: Spot wash and air dry only to clean.

Facts / Specs

Base model: Keds Triple
Style: Platform, Minimalist
Top: Low
Inspired from: Casual
Collection: Keds Triple
Closure: Laces
Material: Rubber Sole, OrthoLite

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.