Nubuck leather low top sneakers.
- Lime green stitching throughout, logo tag on tongue, two inner side aluminum grommet vents, back midsole logo and a rubber cap toe with contrast stripes on toe and midsole.
- Fully lined with a molded, removable footbed and a rubber sole with traction.
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.