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Skechers Shoes Review

Skechers Shoes Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

The only thing worse than bad shoes, are uncomfortable ones. Luckily, Skechers footwear are cool and comfy.

You can have the most stylin' outfit on the planet, but pair it with bad shoes and it's ruined. Everybody needs cool shoes. The only thing worse than bad shoes, is uncomfortable shoes. No one wants to destroy their tootsies for fashion. Luckily, there are Skechers. They allow you to look cool and be comfy. And bonus - they come in lots of different colors and styles, so no matter what your "look" - you can find a pair to suit you.

Are You an Energy Electra Girl?

Many girls don't think wearing running shoes out-and-about is all that fashionable. Skechers have made runners so cool, you'll wanna wear 'em everywhere. Energy Electra is just one of many funky styles. I like this one because the multi-toned black and grey colors make them funky and fashionable. The design makes 'em look good when your dressed up with your fave jeans or dressed down with a pair of sweats. Either way, your tootsies will always be comfy.

Are You a Beebop'er?

Beebop is the name of one of the totally cool and comfy sandals made by Skechers. I really liked the soft blue color and the unique daisy design across the strap. And the heels on these give you that popular boost to your height without making walking a hazard. Always important.

Go Gator Guys!

There is nothing worse than trying to look cool in front of a chick - or chasing a ball on the field - and tripping over your shoe lace. If you're flashing back to an embarassing moment right now - check out Gators, by Skechers. These slip-on sneeks have a cool stripe down the middle and a comfortable, durable sole. And again, the black and grey combo means guys can wear 'em to the skate park and to the school dance.

Are You a Rough-n-Tumble Raider?

Not all guys wear running shoes all the time. So if you're looking for something a little different, check out Raiders. They're Skechers' answer to the hiking boot. They have a padded collar and come in scuff-resistant black leather. The scuff-resistant part is great because you don't have to worry about messing them up.

If you're a girl who thinks the slip-on gator is totally cool, or a boy who likes the look of the Energy Electra, never fear, Skechers have similar shoes in all styles for guys and girls. (Except maybe the Beebop sandal, obviously.) You can check them all out at their official site.

For more fashion 411, head on over to Style Street.

Do you have a pair of Skechers that totally rock? all about 'em.

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My Feet Dig Skechers

I got a pair of Skechers and they're way cool. They're sneakers but they're kinda street. I was lookin' for the right pair of Skechers for a while. When I saw this pair in the window of the Skechers store in San Fran, my beat-up old runners led me right into the store. They're two different colors of blue with white and they have reflective strips on them for safety. I totally love these sneakers they look cool and they're so comfy!

Kidz Submit By:

Nickname: foxfire
Age: 14

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Skecher Envy

My sister got Skechers for her birthday and I was soooo jealous! They were really cool and I wanted some! Finally, when we went to Florida for spring break, my parents bought me some. Mine are way cool, even better than hers! I wear them all the time, not just with sweats - even with my long jean skirt!
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Nickname: nsyncchick
Age: 14

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Skecher Addict

The Skechers that I have are all right, it's just I have been looking for a another pair of them - in another style. I like the high-top Skechers shoes.

Kidz Submit By:

Nickname:Coribabe
Age:14

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    What's Your Skechers Style?

    • The Beebop - I'm a girly girl!
    • The Raider - hikers are cool.
    • The Gator - I hate laces!
    • All of 'em.

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