Hot off the loom is our latest Black pride low cut unisex socks! We have included our signature fist bump logo and a touch of red to give you that extra swag. These socks are great for those who want to “remain incognito” wearing their sock. Get your KEEXS on!
Step up your shoe game with the KEEXS no-tie lace. It will help you transform any shoe into a slip on. Enjoy endless comfort with no more bows or knots to hold you down!
Our no-tie shoe lace is one size fits all. It’s perfect for everyone ranging from kids to the very old, athletes, people with special needs (suffering from arthritis or other disabilities and autistic children) or injuries and fitness enthusiasts.
We are excited to introduce the KEEXS active lifestyle sneakers. We have created a design that is versatile and extends beyond the gym or morning run. It is a must have fashion accessory which will look great any time of year with various outfits.
Our design takes inspiration from our KEEXS Classic Wyte of our Fela Kuti sneaker Collection originally released in 2016 and Ijinle slip-on from the IBILE Collection released in 2017.
Back by popular demand, it’s the All-New Black Pride Lite Slip-On 3.0! Now with our signature Íjínlé print inlay and white-out sole.
This is version 3.0 (an upgrade to our second release from December 2018)
Black PRIDE Lite Slip-on 3.0 – Design Inspiration:
Black is power, it is elegant and prestigious…Black gives the feeling of perspective and depth. Be proud!
Our custom print Íjínlé inlay explained – “IJINLE” in the Yoruba language means “the roots”, “authentic, “ancestors”, and other more powerful meanings. Our custom print draws inspiration from “IBILE” and elements of our KEEXS DNA.
In 1964, living the dream of their freshly gained independence, Zambia started a space program that would put the first African on the moon, catching up with the USA and the Soviet Union in the space race.
Only a few optimists supported the project by Edward Makuka Nkoloso. Financial aid never came and a 16 year old astronaut, Martha got pregnant. That is how the heroic initiative turned into an exotic episode of the African history.
Our photographic adaption is from the works of Cristina de Middel, a Spanish documentary photographer and artist.
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