Size and fit

The women’s exclusive Antics is another entry in Steve Madden’s arsenal of casual kicks. It has a low collar that keeps the ankle free. meanwhile,  the bootie-like feature enables the wearer to put the shoe on or off conveniently.  

Steve Madden Antics Style

Many colorways were released for this shoe, including the Steve Madden Antics Camo, Rose Gold, and Black Multi. The sneaker is highly versatile and can be dressed up or down. Skinny jeans, shorts, skirts, and dresses will go well with the shoe’s relaxed yet funky appeal. Button-downs, sweatshirts or a cute top will match its fashion-forward and feminine flair.

Notable Features

Mesh material is used on the upper of the Steve Madden Antics sneaker, offering a flexible and breathable fit. An elastic band wraps around the midfoot area, while decorative laces add to the embellished look. There is a pull tab near the contrasting heel, adding another interesting detail. The sole platform measures at 1.25 inch, giving a boost of height and style.  

Steve Madden Antics History

Shoe designer and businessman Steve Madden established his self-named brand in 1990. He set up his business in New York, with his headquarters now located in Long Island City. He quickly earned a reputation for quirky designs, which found a ready audience in fashion-forward men and women.

Initially, Madden invested $1,100 in his business, selling his products out of the trunk of his car. He eventually established his first retail store and hired more employees, growing the company. Today, there are more than a hundred Steve Madden stores across the U.S., with 250 more in more than 65 countries.

One of the recent quirky designs that the brand has produced is the low-top Steve Madden Antics, inspired by jogger sneakers. This colorful shoe incorporates all the current trends in fashion. It also has an extra-thick sole and a trendy elastic band across the midfoot. This model is as flattering as it is laidback, giving women a chance to boost their streetwear looks.

Additional Info

  • The sneaker’s fabric lining delivers extra comfort and breathability.


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