watching out for knock-offs in the 1920′s

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keds ad

Over at Modern Mechanix they’ve unearthed an ad for Ked’s shoes published in the October, 1924 issue of Popular Mechanics. The ad starts:

Why Keds are the choice of world famous players. ELEVEN national and two world tennis championships last year — all won on Keds! That’s a remarkable tribute to Keds quality.”

And they ask their fans to take heed:

It is important to remember that not all canvas rubber-soled shoes are Keds. Keds are made only by the United States Rubber Company. And every Keds shoe has the name Keds on it.

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One Response to “watching out for knock-offs in the 1920′s”

  1. sofas Says:

    Cool site. Thank you.

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