Verdict from +100 user reviews

7 reasons to buy

  • The Skechers D'Lux Walker delivers excellent comfort right out of the box, pleasing many customers.
  • According to several reviewers, the shoe gives them height lift, which they appreciate.
  • A couple of commenters who own the shoe state that the sneaker became their favorite pair for daily wear.
  • The stability and arch support that the D'Lux Walker from Skechers delivers is praised by a lot of buyers.
  • Many are delighted about how the shoe can be worn on long walks.
  • A lot of satisfied users admit that the overall design of the shoes is as appealing as the picture.
  • The durability of the Skechers D'Lux Walker stuns a lot of customers.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Some reviewers agree that the model should be released in more colorways.
  • The shoe requires break-in period which disappoints a couple of wearers.

Bottom line

Another addition to one of the best Skechers sneakers is the D'Lux Walker. The sneaker contains elements that makeup comfortable shoes, delivering the right amount of breathability and protection. With a stylish silhouette, many wearers attest to receiving a lot of flattering remarks. The shoe gives an instant sporty vibe on any outfit.  

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Good to know

The Skechers Relaxed Fit: D'Lux Walker is available in men's and women's sizing. The shoe has one of those traditional lace-up fastening designs that cater to the user's preference when it comes to fit. A durable pull tab at the heel is included to help pull a tight-fitting. 

The Skechers D'Lux Walker features an athletic silhouette that injects dashing aesthetic to workout ensembles. The sneaker is an excellent addition to one's collection of versatile casual sneakers. It comes in a variety of colorways, including black, white, and navy. With this on feet, morning walks, gym sessions, and weekend adventures will be downright fashionable. 

The following are ways to achieve a stylish attire with these shoes:

  • For guys trying to achieve a stylish but comfortable looking outfit, team this shoe up with a white sweatshirt and grey ankle-length chinos. The navy colorway of the D'Lux Walker will complement the ensemble.
  • Another getup that can supplement the sneaker is by wearing a grey crew-neck t-shirt with ripped blue jeans for relaxed dressing. Comfortable outfits can easily be turned into something edgy by throwing on a pair of black aviator sunglasses. This outfit is appropriate for both men and women.

Like any other mesh upper sneakers, the D'Lux Walker by Skechers offers excellent ventilation on feet for a relaxed feel. With Air Cooled Memory Foam insole, the shoe eliminates additional heat. It also has a padded collar and tongue, and soft fabric shoe lining for extra comfort. The shoe features Skech-Foam midsole for extra shock absorption and cushioning.  

When Robert Green left L.A Gear, a footwear company he co-founded,  he later established Skechers. It was originally a distributor of Dr. Martens' products. However, Green managed to make it its own entity. The brand first focused on catering to both men's and women's sportswear needs since no industry giants did. This action gave way for the brand to be known by the market. 

By signing celebrities to endorse the brand's products, it started selling globally. For a latecomer in the industry, the brand surprisingly became one of the fastest-growing footwear companies in the late '90s. 

Skechers has thousands of designs for men, women, and children focusing on two different divisions; lifestyle and performance. The performance division comprises of GOrun and GOwalk. The lifestyle division includes collections from the Skechers Memory Foam, BOBS, and lastly, the Relaxed Fit comfort shoes where the Skechers D'Lux Walker belongs to.    

  • The Skechers D'Lux sneaker has a rubber outsole for great traction.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.