Who should buy Keds Chillax

Keds Chillax is the ideal sneaker if you are looking for:

  • laceless shoes with easy slip-on, supported by an elastic feature on the tongue to secure the shoe in place, twill upper 
  • sneakers with a durable and flexible outsole and top-notch cushioning that work well with almost any outfit, from jeans to PJ's

Keds Chillax logo

Slim structure and comfort

The washed twill upper projects a flimsy look which when worn would readily conform to the shape of the wearer's feet. Its low-top form and slim structure would suit those with narrow feet.

Keds Chillax sole

Unlaced look of Keds Chillax

Most importantly, the unlaced look would be the pinnacle characteristic of the sneaks.

Keds Chillax upper

History of Keds Chillax

From its heirs of rubber development to its unshattered legacy of producing slim casual shoes, Keds had continued to cater to their patrons for decades with many comfortable silhouettes.

Keds Chillax front

Since its establishment in 1916, the Massachusetts company had come a long way from being the first one to coin the term "sneaker" to producing shoes for males and females worldwide.

Keds Chillax heel

The Keds Champion was the so-called pioneer shoe that started the sneaker trend. Keds invested in its image and made numerous iterations following its shape and structure.

Keds Chillax collar

Take for example the Keds Chillax which is technically the same shoe but with revamps on the upper material and enclosure. One could chill and relax if there are no laces and to go out is as easy as slipping on these shoes.

Facts / Specs

Style: Minimalist
Top: Low
Inspired from: Casual
Closure: Slip-on
Material: Canvas, Rubber Sole, EVA / Fabric
Season: Spring, Summer, Fall
Features: Breathable / No lace

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Author
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.