Size and fit

Sizes 5-11 in medium width are available for the women’s Skechers D’Lites 3.0 - Intense Force. It has a well-padded tongue and collar that offers ankle comfort, while the lace-up front ensures that the tightness is just right. The low-cut silhouette delivers ankle mobility, while the leather and synthetic upper provides a solid feel.

Skechers D'Lites 3.0 - Intense Force Style

Three colorways were released for the Skechers D’Lites 3.0 - Intense Force sneakers: White/Rose Gold, Black/White, and White/Silver. These neutral color options are accented by glittering mini rhinestone trims, delivering a sparkling look for any casual occasion.

The kicks will go well with skinny jeans, capri pants, leggings, joggers, and shorts. For the top, it can be a t-shirt, blouse, pullover or sweatshirt, along with a cardigan or denim jacket. A skirt or a dress will also emphasize the feminine appeal of these D’Lites sneakers by Skechers.

Notable Features

The low-top Skechers D’Lites 3.0 - Intense Force is a lace-up sporty fashion sneaker that offers a modern appeal. Its upper is made up of synthetic and smooth leather materials. Meanwhile, the tongue panels and front area features woven mesh fabric for a cooling effect. This model also has side leather overlay panels accented by rhinestone underlays, which add a luxurious look.

Stitching details give the shoe a preppy flair, while the metallic synthetic heel offers another exciting design. The heel also has a pull loop to help in putting the sneaker on or off. On the tongue is the D’Lites 3 logo. Elevating the sneaker’s overall appeal is the two-inch heel height, along with a 1 1/4-inch midsole.

Skechers D'Lites 3.0 - Intense Force History

American lifestyle brand Skechers was founded in 1992. Along with Skechers casual kicks, the brand also offers performance footwear, bags, watches, eyewear, and other items. The company was established by Robert Greenberg and was initially meant as a distributor of Dr. Martens shoes. Eventually, Greenberg decided to make it his own brand instead.

Within a year, Skechers achieved mainstream popularity with its urban designs for fashion-forward men and women. Among the brand’s most popular footwear offerings is the Skechers D’Lites collection. It consists of eye-catching styles with a focus on comfort and support. Different inspirations were used for each model, ensuring that each had their own perspective and style to offer.

It all started with the Skechers D’Lites sneaker, which was an instant hit among stylish individuals due to its semi-bulky design. The shoe was so sought-after that the brand developed more styles for the series, adding different variations of the beloved look. One of these editions is the Skechers women’s D’Lites 3.0 - Intense Force.

This sneaker is made to be neat, comfortable, and lightweight, with a smooth upper made up of leather and synthetic materials. It has a lace-up sporty flair complemented by the rhinestone detailing, along with the stitching accents. The promise for comfort is fulfilled with the addition of the Air-Cooled Memory Foam technology on the insole of these Skechers D’Lites shoes.

Additional Info

  • Cushioned comfort is offered by the Air-Cooled Memory Foam insole.
  • The wave-inspired midsole is lightweight, shock-absorbing, and supportive.
  • Reliable traction is delivered by the flexible rubber outsole.
  • These D’Lites kicks from Skechers have a soft fabric lining that provides ventilation.

Rankings

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Top 27% sneakers
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Bottom 41% Skechers sneakers
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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.