When it comes to fashion, there are a few things that can’t be changed.
When it comes back to sneakers, those things can’t change, and if you can’t find your way around a new set, the next one can be hard to come by.
That’s why the designers at Keds have crafted an incredible collection that combines the classic designs of the 1970s and 1980s, with the modern day design sensibilities of today.
For one, there’s an updated version of the iconic Jordan’s Classic 3 shoe, which will be available in a black or navy colorway.
The colorway is inspired by the classic Nike Air Max 2 shoe, as well as the popular “Maneuver” series of sneakers, including the Adidas Air Max 1 and Air Max 4.
In a similar vein, there will be a range of other new Keds sneakers, as the company’s shoe store in Tokyo opens for business this summer.
Keds has partnered with Nike and Nike+ to create a “Sneaker Challenge,” where designers can compete with each other in creating a pair of shoes inspired by a specific colorway or color combination.
One of the new pairs that will be on display is a black pair, with a blue midsole and a blue tongue.
For more on Keds, visit its website here and on Instagram here.