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About PRO-Keds

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.

Past Sales Featuring PRO-Keds

Sale Ended January 24, 2012

Tailgate Sunday: Hoodies, Jeans & Sneakers

You don’t actually have to be tailgating to wear the stylishly easygoing clothing and accessories in this massive game day-themed sale. The perfect hoodie, the perfect pair of jeans or sneakers — these are integral parts of your wardrobe. Then again, if you are tailgating, putting 'em all together certainly wouldn’t hurt matters.

Sale Ended December 26, 2011

Best Bets Under $50

Our roundup of great picks under $50 is all about elevating your style without devastating your wallet. So whether you're looking to fill a gap in your wardrobe — or to rebuild it entirely — we’ve got what you need to kit yourself out without breaking the bank.

Sale Ended May 04, 2011

PRO-Keds

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.

Sale Ended September 20, 2010

Sneakers! - 9/16/2010

Rubber-soled style appears here in both formal and casual, classic and contemporary shapes. From the classic PF Flyers and PRO-Keds to the decidedly modern sneakers of Cushe, Clae and Gourmet, this massive sale has all you need when benchmade wingtips are too formal but a pair of beat up sneakers is too <i>declassé</i>