Verdict from +100 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • Comfy: Numerous Ecco ST.1 Hybrid reviewers claim that it’s superbly comfortable.
  • Responsive: As affirmed by heaps of wearers, its midsole cushions the foot impressively.
  • Practical: Lots of wearers are glad they can use this for work to long walks.
  • Dressy: Many purchasers praise its leather finish as it makes the shoe look sharp.
  • Sturdy: Plenty of extremely gratified buyers affirm that the outsole is built-to-last.
  • Grip: A reasonable sum of users affirm that this sneaker grips well even on wet surfaces.

1 reasons not to buy

  • Lace flaw: Very few reviewers say the leather laces frayed quite too soon.

Bottom line

If you're on a hunt for a multi-functional shoe with a refined look, Ecco ST.1 Hybrid might just be the right pick for you. You get real value for your money as it’s superbly cushioned and covered in premium leather. With a hybrid style that's a cross between a classic dress shoe and a modern sneaker, this shoe is a money saver. It's something you can swing from casual to business affairs. 

User reviews:

Ecco ST.1 Hybrid: Simply classic, classy, and snazzy

Ecco ST.1 Hybrid makes derby shoes even more timeless with its redefined rubber-made sole. Ecco didn’t cut back on quality as this dress sneaker is skillfully put together using hand-finished, full-grain crust leather. Like the Ecco ST.1, this shoe delivers a responsive comfort synonymous with the bouncy cushioning feel typically associated with running shoes

Notable benefits of the Ecco ST.1 Hybrid 

  • Its dressy, polished leather upper paired with a rubber outsole makes it wearable from corporate meetings to evening affairs.
  • Some variations are made with handsome classic brogue styling for a real classic appeal.
  • Utilizes an innovative cushioning technology that optimizes its bounceback capability for comfier strides.
  • It doesn't feel heavy as Ecco cuts back on weight through the use of the ultra-light and responsive foam unit.
  • It uses an anatomical template that follows the foot’s natural contours for support and stability.
Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

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