In the early ’90s, a group of designers crafted a men’s logger boot with treaded soles and textured laces climbing the ankle shaft. The team worked from a beach house in California, and perhaps never dreamt that their new brand, Skechers, would grow to an international company with an inventory of more than 3,000 styles of shoes for men, women, and children. Today, most Skechers shoes are recognizable for their vivid colors, funky designs, and the large S branded into their flanks.
Very cute but gave the shoes a 4 star review due to sizing. Run a little big unless maybe you have a wider foot. Could have gotten away with a 6.5 rather than a 7. Would have returned them but unfortunately I didn’t see that they were non-refundable until I already purchased. But a comfy shoe.