21 users: 4.6 / 5
Style: Platform
Top: Low
Inspired from: Casual
Collection: Fila Casual Shoes

Verdict from 10 hours of research from the internet

6 reasons to buy

  • A large percentage of users mention that the Fila Sandblast Low is exceptionally comfortable.
  • Another platform sneaker from Fila receives a lot of praise from its buyers for its cute and stylish silhouette.
  • Many customers find the Fila trainer versatile, allowing the ladies to pair it with almost anything.
  • A lot of wearers receive flattering remarks while sporting the Sandblast Low platform sneaker.
  • Due to its thick soles, a handful of reviewers are excited that the shoe adds to their height.
  • According to a buyer, the Sandblow Low is easy to clean.

3 reasons not to buy

  • Despite being easy to clean, some find copping the Sandblast Low discouraging because it gets dirty quickly.
  • With the sneaker’s thick soles, a reviewer finds the shoe heavy.
  • One mention that the Fila Sandblast Low makes his/her feet look big due to its bulky silhouette.

Bottom line

Fila brings everyone back to the basics with the new Fila Sandblast Low. This sneaker is perfect for everyday use because of its straightforward design that allows it to match any ensemble. Moreover, despite having a thick sole, the Sandblast Low is comfortable to wear all day because of its cushioning.

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The Fila Sandblast Low is designed for the ladies only. It is a low top platform sneaker that allows the ladies to move without limits since it enables the ankles to move freely. Walking and running around the city is not a problem with its lace-up closure, which will keep the feet securely in feet whatever may their activities be.

The Sandblast Low might be the new go-to sneaker of the ladies. It pulls together and elevates a basic look with the sneaker's minimalistic and modern look dressed in a monochromatic colorway. The sneaker’s simple design allows it to be paired with many attires. 

Look tall while wearing the Fila Sandblast Low platform sneaker with tight jeans, a skirt, or shorts. Pairing the platform sneaker with a dress will also give a chic vibe. Putting on a denim jacket adds attitude to the overall ensemble. The Sandblast Low from Fila will be one of the most versatile styling pieces the ladies can have in their closet.

The first thing one will notice is the thick platform sole of the sneaker. Its platform outsole will not fail to add extra height to its wearers. However, despite being elevated, wearers will not be worn out even if they wear the Sandblast Low the entire day. The shoe is well-cushioned and has extra padding, which makes it extremely comfortable to wear.

The overall silhouette of the sneaker looks plain with its minimalistic and monochromatic design. The undecorated sneaker is complemented by the decorative seams and the classic FILA branding at the tongue, heel, and side of the shoe.

In 1911, Fila was established in Biella, Italy. Initially, it is a brand that manufactures underwear. However, Fila started launching sportswear in the 70s. Ever since it moved to sportswear, Fila has become even more popular.

Fila shoes have become extremely popular on the court, but the brand was also able to find life outside the court with Fila dad sneakers and platform sneakers. 

The Sandblast Low is among the brand's platform sneakers that screams a classic silhouette, which ensures that the wearers of the sneaker are always on the trend.

  • The white colorway is made up of leather upper, while the cream one has a canvas upper.
  • The thick sole of the platform sneaker is slightly perforated.
  • The Fila Sandblast Low has a pull tab at the heel to assist in wearing the shoe on and off.
  • It has a metal eyelet detailing.

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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.