Verdict from 31 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • Several reviewers claimed that the Keds Clipper Stripe is one of the most comfortable Keds shoes such that they wear it everywhere. 
  • This shoe looks pretty and works well with lots of outfits according to some buyers. 
  • The majority of buyers highly recommend this Keds shoe. 
  • At least one reviewer highlighted that the Dream Foam footbed of the Keds Clipper Stripe makes the shoe more comfortable on foot. 
  • Some users appreciated that this Keds shoe is easy to slip on. 
  • The Keds Clipper Stripe is affordable. 

1 reasons not to buy

  • Colorways available for the Keds Clipper Stripe is very limited.  

Bottom line

One of the newest additions to the roster of Keds sneakers is the Keds Clipper Stripe. Designed for Summer and Spring, the low-top, slip-on shoe flaunts a beach-inspired style with a striped twill upper that many perceived laidback yet stylish. 

It has a versatile look that goes well with everything, which is ideal for the majority of buyers. It also delivers comfort- and fit-wise, especially with the addition of Dream Foam insoles. It is also affordable. One minor drawback is that limited color options are available for this shoe. 

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Good to know

The Keds Clipper Stripe sneakers have low-top and slip-on construction that makes them an easy go-to shoe of many whether for everyday use or traveling. Its design allows wearers the convenience and flexibility while maximizing comfort and not sacrificing support and protection. For easy slipping on and off, there is a dual side goring in place.  

These women’s sneakers from Keds can be availed from US 5 to 11, including half sizes in between, in B Standard or Medium width. 

Keds sure know that the Keds Clipper Stripe needs no complicated design details for it to stand out. The shoe is simple yet attractive enough for everyday casual use, traveling, or running errands. The simplicity of the design is balanced with a striped print throughout the twill upper in varying colors, including Charcoal (grey), Light Pink, and Multi Stripe (multi-colored). 

Keds has always been known for its lineup of minimalist and straightforward sneakers curated specifically for the ladies, and the new addition called the Keds Clipper Stripe managed to have followed the same path. From the entirety of the upper down to the flexible rubber sole screams Keds-approve aesthetics. What strikes the most, however, is the striped twill top design that gives the shoe its identity.

One of the newest silhouettes from the American sneaker brand Keds is the Keds Clipper Stripe shoe, a low-top, slip-on model that features a striped twill upper with elastic side gorings to the sides for easy on and off wearing. Other features include a round toe, Keds’ cushioned and breathable Dream Foam insoles for added comfort, soft and breathable fabric linings, and flexible, textured rubber outsoles.  It released in various versatile colorways including Charcoal that comes in gray and white stripes, Light Pink, and Pink Multi Stripe. Each pair initially retails for $44.95. 

The Keds Clipper Stripe shoe also comes with a washed solid version called the Keds Clipper Washed Solids. It has similar features and construction as the Clipper Stripe except that it uses washed twill upper instead of stripe twill. The Washed Solids rendition also originally retails for $44.95. 

  • The Keds Clipper Stripe also features soft and breathable fabric linings. 
  • The twill upper sits atop a flexible, textured rubber outsole.
  • Proper ways to clean this shoe includes spot washing and air drying only. 
  • Keds branding can be seen on the heel, insoles, and side collar.  


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