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- Lightweight sneaker
- Outer Material: Leather/Mesh fabric
- Inner Material: Manmade
- Sole: Gum Rubber
- Closure: Lace-Up
- Heel Type: Flat
- Material Composition: 100% Mixed
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These Skechers Flex Advantage Trainers are constructed with a memory foam in sole and flex sole for the comfort to your feet when wearing. Smooth leather and mesh fabric upper in a lace up athletic sporty comfort training sneaker with stitching and overlay accents.
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SKECHERS delivers innovative and comfortable footwear to men, women and kids around the globe. With collections for walking, wellness, active lifestyles and more, there’s a perfect pair of SKECHERS for everyone.
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I must say I am a bit disappointed in Skechers.
My first pair of gym shoes were great, very comfortable, and lasted for ages.
But I couldn't find them again - the product range keeps changing, and there are so many versions and the descriptions are so ambiguous that it is almost impossible to work out what one is getting. And the massive price increases as one goes up in size is very off-putting.
This pair of shoes were bought to replace some previous Skechers track shoes which had blown a hole inside the left heel after about 9 months. Very weird position to go. And this follows a previous pair of Skechers that blew a hole in the same place after only about 2 months. Thankfully those were replaced free of charge.
These specific shoes are weird because the so-called "memory foam insole" is about twice as thick as the previous pairs. And the insole does not go all the way to the edge of the shoe, but turns down towards the sole, leaving a small gap between the insole and the side of the shoe, which one's toes tend to curl down into. The net result is that it feels like one has a lump of soft mud or plasticine under ones toes, which is rather off-putting when one is trying to run or work out. Not horrible, just strange.
Also the flex sole seems to be made from a slightly harder compound than my previous pair, and seems less flexible.
I'll keep them but only give a 3/5 rating.
I got them as my other trainers are made of suede leather and were very, very hot in the lovely summery weather we've been having - these are nice and cool, being mainly made of mesh type stuff, but I'm not sure if they would keep the water out in a rain shower.