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Skechers Burst - Second Wind History
Compared to other shoe brands, Skechers is a relatively young brand. The company, founded by father and son Robert and Michael Greenberg, was established only in 1992.
Skechers was a latecomer in the footwear industry but has found a niche market in casual street shoes. Robert Greenberg was one of the co-founders of L.A. Gear, a once popular shoe and apparel maker of neon colored tennis shoes for women in the early 1990s.
With a headquarters in Manhattan Beach in California, among the early designs coming out of their factories were utility-style boots and skate shoes that are ideal for casual and streetwear for men, women, and children.
Skechers has been rolling out new designs in recent years primarily on two distinct categories: the lifestyle and performance division shoes.
Lifestyle division includes shoes that use their Memory Foam technology. From a new innovation, memory foam is now an integral feature in adding the needed comfort to most of the brand’s lifestyle sneakers.
Among the brand’s popular shoes that use the Memory Foam and Burst technology blending both lifestyle and performance needs is the Skechers Burst – Second Wind.
The shoe was first released in 2015 and has been retailing at $65 with some retailers offering them for as low as $40 on sale.
Skechers Burst - Second Wind Style
Never worry about your look during indoor or outdoor sports or simply sweating it out in the gym with the Skechers Burst – Second Wind. These trainers come in colorful soles that mix and match easily with workout clothes. The shoes can also fit your “athleisure” style that still remains trendy and fashionable before, inside, and after a heavy workout in the gym. The shoes blend well with shorts, joggers, and pants without looking like you had a heavy battle in the gym a few hours before you made that stroll in the mall, the park or at the supermarket.
Fit & Sizing
The Skechers Burst - Second Wind generally runs true to size and fit. The shoes are kept in place by a regular shoelace while entry and removal from the shoes are easy with the heel pull loop. The shoes are available in medium sizes D and B for men and women. Available sizes range from US size 7 to 14 for men and 5 to 11 for women.
The Skechers Burst – Second Wind has a very practical look and sporty silhouette that is perfect for various types of activities that include athletics, low impact sports, and workouts. The most notable feature of this shoe is the air-cooled memory foam footbed and responsive Burst compound midsole that provides reliable shock absorption. For the modern gym buffs and fitness fans, this shoe is the perfect pair for those days in the gym as it keeps a comfortable atmosphere for the feet even if you sweat it out aggressively during routines and programs.
- Skechers Burst - Second Wind detailing includes open weave mesh front panel interwoven ventilating side design, side stitching stripes, textured midsole finish and further accented by the Skechers S logo on the sides.
- Burst compound midsole provides superior impact cushioning protection and energy return.
- A one-inch heel provides adequate support while the flexible outsole with Burst grip traction design adapts well to a variety of surfaces.