Size and fit

If you are on the lookout for a fashionable and unisex shoe, try to check out the Ecco Soft 8 High Top. It has soft premium leather uppers, keeping your feet fresh and dry. It has the right amount of cushioning on the removable footbed for added comfort, while its breathable leather lining provides a great next-to-skin feel. Also, this shoe is available in men’s and women’s sizing. 

Ecco Soft 8 High Top Style

The Ecco Soft 8 High Top has a minimalist design that offers comfort and fashionable looks. It is among the staples of versatile footwear. This stylish kick can blend in well, whether if you are going to the office or school, traveling, partying with friends or just walking around town. It can be used in a variety of settings. For a fastened and adjustable fit, it has a lacing system. It also has a heel pull tab for an easy on and off.

Women can pair the Ecco Soft 8 High Top with their skinnies or leggings and topped it with their favorite shirt and cozy Sherpa jacket for a winter outfit, while skirts and blouses are a good match during warmer days. For a comfortable yet chic style, ladies can wear their capris and a white sleeveless blouse along with a black jacket.

For men who want to achieve a bit formal or sports-luxe inspired look, they can wear their tuxedo or khaki pants or cotton trousers and topped it with a cotton shirt or a long sleeve shirt with a tie and blazer. Of course, it also looks perfect with distressed denim jeans or rolled-up skinnies with a cotton shirt for a good and casual look. 

Notable Features

The Ecco Soft 8 High Top has an anatomical shape that ensures an excellent and comfy fit. This high-top silhouette is crafted with a premium leather upper that has an even pebbled structure, complementing an effortlessly contemporary look for men and chic style for women.

Among other striking features are the elegant-looking leather lining and sculptured leather-covered and removal inlay insole with ECCO Comfort Fibre System™, keeping a perfect inner climate by increasing air circulation. It also utilizes a flexible and lightweight outsole that provides a reliable grip and can withstand the test of time.

Ecco Soft 8 High Top History

Ecco is a European company that was founded by Karl Toosbuy in Denmark in 1963. Karl and his Birthe assembled a team and started the production in a small building factory. Like any other starting company, they encountered several drawbacks and almost gave up. They worked long hours and at some point doubted themselves whether they were going to succeed or not

Eventually, they reached their first breakthrough in the late ‘70s when they manufactured the shoe named “Joke.” Since then, they continued to thrive and launched several revolutionary shoes in the market. The brand became the source of comfortable, high-quality and stylish footwear. Solely, they aim to make a comfortable walking shoe for everyone.

One of those shoes is the Ecco Soft 8 High Top. It has a modern and ankle-cut silhouette that is crafted with a full-grain leather upper that provides a luxurious feel and on-trend look. The footwear is shaped to naturally fit the foot contours, keeping your feet comfortable all day long.                                     

Today, Ecco owns and operates factories throughout Asia and Europe. In taking measures to protect the environment and ensuring the quality of their shoes, the company produces all the leather in making Ecco footwear.  

Additional Info

  • The Ecco Soft 8 High Top utilizes a direct-injected, 2-component TPU/PU outsole.
  • For men’s shoes, the shaft approximately measures 5.5” from the arch.
  • The shaft approximately measures 4” from the arch for women’s footwear.

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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.