Size and fit

The Ecco Soft 7 Cleat is available in men’s and women’s sizing. It has an anatomical last that creates a comfortable fit right out of the box. Also, the high-quality leather on the upper gradually molds to the natural curves of the foot after continued use.

Ecco Soft 7 Boot Style

The Ecco Men’s Soft Cleat 7 can be worn with slim jeans, a plain shirt, and jacket to achieve a sporty look. On the other hand, the ladies can wear this kick with leggings or skinny jeans paired with a knitted sweater for a casual, comfy look on a windy day.

Notable Features

This high-top sneaker features the Ecco Comfort Fabric System, a soft layer of absorbent foam that keeps the foot cool and fresh inside. It also has a hard-wearing direct-injected PU/TPU soleplate that is both flexible and lightweight.

Ecco Soft 7 Boot History

Founded in 1963 by Karl Toosbuy, Danish brand Ecco started out as a footwear-manufacturing company with a clear vision to make functional yet comfortable shoes. This family-owned business then expanded to leather production and now has thousands of stores and sales points across 90 countries. They have several factories not just in Europe but also in Asia.

With Ecco’s advanced construction methods, they have been continuously putting out innovative footwear that meet your need. One of them is the Ecco Soft 7 Cleat. it is a Chelsea sneaker cleat with a Scandinavian-inspired design. The upper is made with rich leathers from Ecco’s own tanneries.

Additional Info

  • The Ecco Soft 7 Cleat comes with a leather-covered insole that is fully removable.

 

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Top 39% sneakers
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Top 29% Ecco sneakers
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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.