Size and fit

The training and walking sneaker generally run true to size. The Skechers D'Lites - Life Saver is kept tight and in place by a classic lace-up front lacing system. The shoe is available in sizes for women. The sneakers come available in medium and wide fitting shoe width B and D width for women. Shoe size ranges from US size 5 to 12 in women.

Skechers D'Lites - Life Saver Style

Style-wise the Skechers D'Lites - Life Saver is not far behind in consistently projecting the brand’s classic performance shoe look. With its smooth trubuck leather and mesh fabric upper, the lace-up sporty casual sneaker seems a bit bulky for a women’s trainer. But this same design that is ideal and perfect for a training shoe packed with ample protection for the feet.

The stylish detailing is what completes the overall design of this performance sneaker with accent stitching and overlay accents over the woven bounce tweed fabric side and collar panels. Finishing the overall Sketchers trademark look is the shiny metallic overlays, synthetic side overlays with paisley textured design, a contrast-colored side edging trim, and the signature S logo on the sides.

Notable Features

The most notable feature of the Skechers D'Lites - Life Saver is the air-cooled memory Foam that keeps feet comfortable by adjusting to the contours of the feet while the cooling effect of the mesh fabric tongue keeps the upper breathable.  Complementing the lightweight shock absorbing supportive midsole of the trainers is the flexible rubber traction outsole that maintains traction and assures a durable shoe for exercise routines and fitness walking. 

Skechers D'Lites - Life Saver History

Skechers is a relatively young brand founded by father and son Robert and Michael Greenberg only in 1992.

Although Skechers was a latecomer in the footwear industry, it has found a niche market in casual street shoes in the past years. 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 Skechers factories were utility-style cleats and skate shoes that are ideal for casual and streetwear for men, women, and children.

However, since it was first established, Skechers has now started to diversify its shoe offerings by rolling out new designs 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.

The company also invested well on the design aspect of their shoes with most of the newly released shoes feeling even lighter in the midsole.

Among the brand’s popular shoes that use the Memory Foam is the Skechers D'Lites - Life Saver aimed at providing women with a lightweight and breathable sneaker ideal for gym training and walking activities.

The Skechers D'Lites - Life Saver is a classic-looking trainer with air-cooled memory foam that provides enhanced breathability. With this technology, the memory foam now instantly contours and offers all-day comfort without the feet feeling fatigue after several hours of walking or gym training.

Additional Info

  • Actress, dancer and television star Brooke Burke – Charvet endorsed and has been spotted wearing the Skechers D'Lites - Life Saver.
  • Singer Meghan Trainor has also endorsed and consistently worn the D’Lites shoes.
  • Trainers have padded collar and tongue with soft fabric shoe lining.


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