nice quality, but these are more for running, not for style so i cant say they are cute, but good running shoe
very cute shoes.
i hate them them, they look soo ugly
they are really comfortable, they just look awful I have some and I have never worn them, purely because they are sick...
Sketchers have a few assets: they're well made, they're sturdy, they last, and match mostly everything (seeing as most of them are black).
Now for the bad news: If you're into fashion, 99% of their shoes are hideous. Nowadays they're styles are weird, and more often than not have a large sketchers logo on them. Usually in white. On shoes that are generally dark colored.
I have to admit I own one pair of black sketchers flats I bought about six years ago, and I'll grudgingly admit they're cute and still, amazingly, functional. The problem is that they stopped making that model a long time ago, and now they're all ugly. However, for anyone who wears orthotics or orthopedic inserts, these shoes are perfect; you can usually remove the bottom sole and most inserts fit well. My advice is, wear them if you have to (i.e. if you're like me and have inserts), but avoid most of the newer models; they're silly, weird, and not all that attractive as of late.
I don't really like this shoes. They are WAY too comercial and ugly. And I hate the publicity.
I like sketchers shoes coz i find then comfrtbl n durable . m in love with their Slip on shoes in Beige color.
I used to wear Sketchers when I was in elementary school, but now I don't. The commercials are so ridiculous and they don't look that great. However, they are comfortable, but they don't last long.
i've never been a huge fan of sketchers, not even as a kid when my mom tried to buy me a pair. their commericals are soo corny too haha.
I'm not really a high fashion girl. I do like fashion, but only to the extend that it fits my lifestyle. I live in the city and walk around a lot, so a sturdy pair of shoes with great style is usually what I look for. Oh, and I rarely do heels over 2". Not good for my high arches.
I never intentionally looked for Sketchers, but I did end up with three pairs of Sketcher shoes. They are not as bulky as tennis shoes, but more comfortable than plain flats. Perfect for a casual Sunday stroll.