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Fit & Sizing

The Skechers Burst - Divergent is offered in women’s sizes which range from 5 to 13. Half sizes are available as well. The Flat Knit mesh provides a snug feel, and the shoe generally runs true to size.

Skechers Burst - Divergent Style

The Skechers Burst - Divergent shoes are easy to style, particularly with the many varied colorways available. Pair the Skechers high tops with tights and skinny jeans as an alternative to boots. They also work well with yoga pants and shorts.

Notable Features

The Skechers Burst - Divergent is a combination of various technologies of the brand. It features the Burst Compound midsole for lightweight shock absorption and energy return, the Air Cooled Memory Foam insole which gives the wearer a personalized fit, and the Flat Knit woven upper for breathability and snug feel.

Skechers Burst - Divergent History

Skechers is a relative newcomer to the performance and lifestyle footwear industry, having been established only in 1992 by Robert Greenberg, co-founder of L.A. Gear. Skechers entered the footwear market by primarily selling street fashion footwear. Even their name is taken from street lingo, Skechers meaning “antsy.” They have since diversified to include apparel, women’s sandals, and performance and lifestyle footwear for men, women, and children.

Skechers launched the Energy Burst line in 2015 with the tagline of “The Most Comfortable Shoe in the World.” The first shoe in this line featured a flat knit upper and a Burst Compound midsole which gives the wearer remarkable energy return and shock and impact absorption. The shoe range also contained Skechers’ Memory Foam technology that conforms to the wearer’s feet for a customized fit.

The Burst line became popular with consumers, and soon after, Skechers released more models in the range including, but not limited to, the Burst TR, Burst - Donlen, Microburst, and recently, the Burst - Divergent. The Burst - Divergent is a high top shoe with an interwoven upper made up of two colors, open weave design on the front and side panels, and a heel pull tab.

Additional Info

  • The shoe has a 1 ½ inch heel.
  • The Burst - Divergent features a lace up closure, stitching accents, and padded collar and tongue.