Old Sneakers - Four Popular Hood Shoes (1922)

... that will help make this season of canvas footwear the most successful experienced by the trade for many years.

As advertised by the Hood Rubber Products Company in the April 29, 1922 issue of Boot and Shoe Recorder Magazine.

Fenway Cross Strap Sandal

Fenway Cross Strap SandalBrown duck upper. White binding. Extra thick smooth white sole and spring heel. Kendex insole. Made only on Opera last in one width.


Growing Girls' 2½–6 $1.20
Misses' 11–2 $1.10
Child's 1–10½ $1.00


Klaykort high-top sneakerTwo colors. White or brown duck upper, specially reinforced. Red sport trimmed. Loose lining. Rubber toe-cap. Red rubber sole and wedge heel, with gray tire-tread rubber forepart. Kendex sock lining. Thick felt cushion between sole and sock lining. Regular last. Width M. & F.


Men's Bal White or Brown 6–12 $2.05
Boys' Bal White or Brown 2½–6 $1.85
Youths' Bal White or Brown 11–2 $1.70
Women's Bal White or Brown 2½–8 $1.85
Men's Oxford White 6–12 $1.85
Women's Oxford White 2½–8 $1.65
Boys' Oxford White 2½–6 $1.65

Lenox Sport Oxford

Lenox Sport Oxford sneakerBrown duck upper. Red or black sport trimming. White corrugated sole. Kendex insole. Comet last. C width.


Women's Sport Oxford 1–8 $1.45


Sportshu high-top sneakerWhite or brown duck upper. Red sport trimmed. Loose lining. Red foxing and toe-cap. Korxole insole. Red corrugated sole. Regular last. Width M. & F.


Men's Bal 6–12 $1.60
Boys' Bal 2½–6 $1.45
Youths' Bal 11–2 $1.30
Women's Bal 2½–8 $1.45
Misses' Bal 11–2 $1.30
Child's Bal 4–10½ $1.15

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