Originally introduced in the 1970s as a basketball shoe, http://prokeds.com”>Pro-Keds Royal Plus has evolved through the years into one of the staples on the streets. The Royal Plus is has not only been donned by some of the greatest basketball players and pioneers of the street culture, but is also a great canvas for collaboration as seen in the recently released http://freshnessmag.com/2010/02/17/stussy-x-haze-x-pro-keds-royal-plus/”>Stussy x Haze x Pro Keds Royal Plus pack. Collaborations aside, freshly baked and steaming at retailers are the http://freshnessmag.com/2010/02/25/pro-keds-springsummer-2010-lookbook/2/”>Spring/Summer 2010 Royal Plus. This season, the shoes goes bright with popping monochromes such as electric blue and red. For sneaker purists, the other classic colorways include grey and the perennial right– black. Versatile enough to be worn with any kind of pants imaginable, these kicks are one of the most effortless wearing ones out there and are now available at Pro-Keds retailers near you.