The sneaker's nylon material administers a comfortable and breathable fit which is adequate for women who have active lifestyles. An Ortholite insole One can avail the sneaker in sizes from 6 to 10 in B medium width.
Low top Keds sneakers most likely bear the same design and silhouette focusing on more lady-like features for the women to love. The Keds Triumph Nylon is one of these iterations that is so versatile enough to perfectly matches dresses, shorts, or jeans. It is always a viable option for on-the-go occasions like going out or having walks and more.
The very noticeable difference between the Triumph and the Champion is the heel counter on which on the former, an overlay patch is utilized as compared to the traditional stitched outline of the latter. The sole of the heel of the Champion is also slightly elevated where on the Triumph it is flatter.
Built from the pillars of the Champion, the Keds Triumph made its way on the tennis court in 1926 along with other groundbreaking iterations like the Sportster. It was initially created to address the feet of tennis athletes and enthusiasts which was also marketed as one of the first sturdy sneakers of its time.
From its origins, it was mainly the Champion that became the first-loved tennis before the Triumph surfaced the market. As the niche for tennis sneakers gradually grew from its murky sporting roots, the pioneer "sneaker" producers introduced a new silhouette in their fresh line of innovative kicks which focused mainly on the green-ball sport. It even extends its reach to other activities like hiking, climbing, boating for males.
Nine decades later, Keds revamped the vintage sneaker and wrapped it in a serendipitous material that is not only soft but can also extend ambitiously more as compared to canvas. The Keds Triumph Nylon enlists itself as another convenient option for casual wear that can help victor against others when it comes to being handy-dandy.
- The sneaker contains four eyelets for lockdown.
- Its cushioning comes from the lightly padded footbed.
- A rubber bumper protects the sneaker from front abrasions.
- Keds branding is positioned at the collar, tongue, insert, and the bottom of the heel.