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It used to be that if you wanted a pair of little cotton sneakers that made you feel morally superior, you had to buy Toms, but now Keds is getting into the sustainable shoe game. Reports Racked National: "The classic cotton-canvas sneaker company has just launched new Green styles: organic Champions—made of 100% organic cotton with stitched eyelets and tea-stained laces, the shoes are $55 at keds.com." [RNA]