Nate “Tiny” Archibald wore PRO-Keds; so did Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. (Your shoe size will presumably fall somewhere between the two.) Keds, the very first shoes to be called “sneakers” (thanks to their noiseless rubber soles), added PRO-Keds to their team in 1949. The line may be designed specifically for athletes, but these classic canvas and leather kicks have appealed to generations of top-notch jocks and style-minded weekend warriors alike.
Hey, you can’t wear wingtips every day. And for those times you want to take a break from the hard-bottoms, you’ll find a great selection of sneakers here. Highlights include low-tops, high-tops, and chukkas from PF Flyers, Alife, and PRO-Keds.
We’re all for patriotism, especially around the Fourth of July, but that “These Colors Don’t Run” American-flag shirt that you bought from a street vendor isn’t exactly the height of style. Fix up your red, white, and blue game here with a slew of picks that run the gamut from shoelaces to swim trunks to a three-piece luggage set.
This selection of kicks from the masters of old-school style at Pro-Keds has everything the discerning sneakerhead could want. Classic canvas low-tops? Check. Updated leather models punched up with a dose of modern edge? Not a problem. It’s exactly the kind of sport-inspired cool you’d expect from a line that’s been one of the top names in the sneaker game for over half a century.
Whether you’re in the market for sneakers or sunglasses, lace-ups or leather bags, we’ve got you covered in this massive collection of footwear and accessories. And don’t worry: With a slew of styles on offer from a host of great brands we’ll completely understand if you opt for the chukkas <i>and</i> the cufflinks.