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- The Skechers Flex Advantage 2.0 - Talamo puts a new twist to the original shoe by changing up the sporty look that the latter is known for. The current iteration now uses the Skech-Knit mesh upper that has a two-colored heathered finish. This new material reduces the weight of the shoe and improves the breathability and flexibility.
- There is a shift in the materials used in the midsole in this version. While the predecessor employs the FlexSole technology in the outsole, the Talamo now uses it in the midsole. It still has lightweight and shock-absorbing characteristics.
- The outsole is made of flexible rubber that grants freedom of movement. It provides traction on a wide range of surfaces.
The Skechers Flex Advantage 2.0 - Talamo is a training footgear that is specifically engineered to fit men’s feet. It follows the standard US athletic shoe sizing scheme, ranging from 6.5 to 14. It only comes in one width option, D - Medium.
Rubber lines the bottom of the Skechers Flex Advantage 2.0 - Talamo. This material displays a strong grip on a diverse variety of surfaces for a secure foothold during dynamic and explosive movements. It is also made to be flexible with an articulated design in order to allow for unencumbered movement.
The Skechers Flex Advantage 2.0 - Talamo is created to offer a lightweight and cushioned experience, thanks to the FlexSole technology. It protects the foot by absorbing the impact while promoting natural foot flexion through its flexible form.
The underfoot is cradled by an air-cooled Memory for a fresh and pleasant sensation. It conforms to the sole’s contours in order to provide personalized cushioning.
The Skechers Flex Advantage 2.0 - Talamo utilizes the brand’s signature material, Skech-Knit. This lightweight mesh fabric is designed to be breathable, absorbent, and flexible for a barely-there feel. It conforms to the shape of the foot for a snug fit. It is patterned with a two-color heathered finish for a fashion-forward look.
Stability knit mesh panels reinforce the medial sides. They enhance lateral support to prevent wobbling during side-to-side movements and sudden transitions.
The front and sides also feature open-weave panels. They allow air to circulate throughout the foot chamber.
A stripe detail loop is sewn into the heel. It simplifies the process of pulling on and off the trainer.
The traditional lacing system keeps the foot secure and locked down. It also strengthens the lateral support as the shoelaces are pulled taut.
The collar and tongue are padded to protect the skin from chafing. They also bar accidental shoe removal by keeping the fit snug.