American lifestyle brand Skechers stands out from the rest for its releases that combine accessibility and quality with design that appeals to the market of trend-savvy footwear seekers. Skechers has also made its mark by putting forth shoes that are made for different purposes in mind. Truly, it is among your top US one-stop shop brands for your footwear needs, and the brand has eventually expanded to more product offerings, from mainly sneakers to utility style boots, sandals, apparel and timepieces.
The reliable brand that has been around since 1992 has released a potential classic in the Skechers Sport After Burn training sneakers that come with smooth quality leather as well as a mesh fabric upper. The laced shoes have stitching accents and an overall appearance that says you’re ready to break a sweat and go about moving as you begin the day.
Release Date & Price
Release date: 2013
The Skechers Sport After Burn sneakers are stylish shoes that are fresh even when you’re not at the gym. If you need a dependable footwear to support your feet while you run errands, casually hang out with friends or even travel and spend a considerable amount of walking, the sneakers would get the job done and mesh nicely with your off-duty clothing. The pair is also ideal for long uses as it is comfortable owing to the full length memory foam included inside and the Articu-Lyte sole that serves as a shock absorber, which is particularly handy when going off-trail.
Don’t worry about sweating in on your shoes—the Skechers Sport After Burn has a mesh fabric for the front and side panels as well as perforations on the sides to keep the feet fresh. It also has an impressive traction due to the cushioned midsole as well as flexible rubber outsole. Plus, you can get the sneakers at a relatively cheaper price than other shoes intended for exercising and working out.
While the shoes generally get the job done, there have been complaints that they have a finite number of uses and can look all worn out after a considerable amount of time. For long-time runners, the cushioning may need more thickness.