Unknown diving woman

Updated May 04, 2023 moment please
Unknown diving woman
Beautiful girl giving diving instruction while wearing very fashionable swim wear, note the laced up shoes.
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This is a fantastic photo! I did some research and apparently in the 1920s laced swim shoes were a thing. Introduced by the United States Rubber Company around 1916 they introduced the Keds iconic Champion silhouette with “Today’s modern lady looks her best when she feels her best. That’s why we made Keds.”
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