Size and fit

The Sport Squad – Photo Frame is a women's sneaker that comes in a slip-on design. It is especially convenient for those who prefer getting dressed in an instant. The one-piece fabric upper gives it a secure fit without overly squeezing the feet. It's available in women’s sizing.

Skechers BOBS Sport Squad - Photo Frame Style

Another addition to the casual sneaker category of the brand is the Skechers BOBS Sport Squad – Photo Frame. It exudes a casual sporty vibe that looks extremely modern and fashionable. Pair these with leggings and sweatshirts for that just-stepped-out-of-the-gym look but still packed with style to go out for brunch with the girlfriends

Notable Features

Matching the style of the shoe is its unparalleled comfort. Much like the many under the Skechers lifestyle sneakers, these use memory foam to cushion the feet into maximum comfort. Moreover, it has a tapered midfoot design and contoured midsole that delivers flexibility and shock absorption.

Skechers BOBS Sport Squad - Photo Frame History

Compared to other brands, Skechers is relatively young. Founder Robert Greenberg made full use of his experience running the L.A. Gear and placed that knowledge in establishing his company called Skechers in 1992.

Unlike footwear giants like Nike, Adidas, and Reebok, Skechers took the other route and focused on the younger audience and produced casual street style shoes instead of performance sneakers. This move strategically placed the brand on the map. Currently, the brand produced thousands of models under the lifestyle category, one of them being the Sport Squad - Photo Frame.

Additional Info

  • The Skechers BOBS Sport Squad – Photo Frame has a built-in 1 ¼ inch heel for that needed boost.


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