Keds Coupons & Coupon Codes
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Enjoy up to 50% off and free shipping during the biannual clearance event. No code required - automatically applies.*Applies to orders of $15 or more only. Orders under $15 will be charged a $2 shipping fee. Standard shipping only. Expires 1/31/2015.
If you’re looking for a new pair of shoes, these Keds coupons can cover your feet with a tried-and-true brand. Ever since its classic white kicks became the standard shoe for kids’ gym classes, Keds has added more elaborate lines designed by Taylor Swift and Kate Spade New York. These simple canvas plimsoll-style shoes bear bold colors and fun patterns, or trade their standard skin for materials such as mesh, leather, and cork. The company has also branched out into clothing—such as dresses, pants, and jackets—to complement its shoes’ casual style. With a Keds coupon, you can wear this longstanding brand from heel to toe and beyond.
Way back in 1916, the Keds founders were in search of a name. They wanted to call their canvas-topped shoes “Peds,” which only made sense since this is derived from the Latin word for “foot.” Unfortunately, the name was already in use, and so they emblazoned their sneakers with a “K” instead of a “P.” Fast forward to the ‘80s and ‘90s, and you’ll find girls wearing these nondescript shoes along with leggings and slouch socks. The shoes also became popularized by the likes of TV characters such as Kelly Kapowski on “Saved by the Bell” and Stephanie Tanner on “Full House.” Even today, the Keds clothing line reflects this heritage with bold floral prints and an overall ‘90s-inspired style. Take a look at the list below and let a Keds coupon fill your closet with shoes, shorts, and dresses.
Guys can also find both old-school Keds and Chukka-style varieties, each available in either canvas or suede. The company even outfits male athletes with Pro-Keds—a line of basketball shoes that was first first introduced in the 1960s. These feature a thicker sole with simple but distinctive black-and-red stripes.
Walking around barefoot isn’t a good idea, unless you’re a part of the 0.01% of the population that is born with rubber feet. Shield what nature gave you in style with a Keds coupon code.