Size and fit

The Skechers Flex Appeal 3.0 - First Insight is a women’s sneaker that comes in US sizes. It has a lace-up closure and padded tongue and collar to ensure a snug fit. It’s made of breathable flat-knit mesh that keeps it cool and airy. Soft fabric shoe lining gives it a comfy in-shoe feel.

Skechers Flex Appeal 3.0 - First Insight Style

The women’s sneaker Skechers Flex Appeal 3.0 - First Insight gives off an effortless athleisure vibe that’s perfect for everyday use. It’s a lightweight design with Air-Cooled Memory Foam cushioning the insole and Air-Cooled shock-absorbing midsole that keeps the foot comfortable and well-supported. A flexible patterned outsole provides good grip and traction It has a color matching or contrasting midsole stripe that adds a clean and classy detail to the shoe.

The breathable soft flat-knit mesh fabric upper in a sporty woven texture design is perfect for those who like doing daily activities in style. It has a lace-up closure reinforced by a smooth overlay for durability.

The padded tongue and collar give it much-needed cushioning for all-day comfort. The Skechers Flex Appeal 3.0 - First Insight comes in multiple colorways ranging from neutral tones to bright hues that easily go with any casual or sporty outfit.

Notable Features

The Skechers Flex Appeal 3.0 - First Insight is a women’s silhouette that brings together athletic comfort and stylish sporty look. Its upper is made of a nearly one-piece soft flat-knit mesh fabric in a sporty woven texture design. A color matching or contrasting trim detail adds detail to the upper. Stitching accents all over the upper add minimalistic detail to the shoe. 

It has a lace-up closure for a snug fit and smooth synthetic overlays at the lace area for added durability. A padded collar and tongue give it cushioning and adds support around the ankles and a heel tab allows ease of wearing. It has a soft fabric shoe lining that ensures a comfy in-shoe feel. 

Air-Cooled Memory Foam insole gives the pair long-lasting cushioning and a lightweight Air-Cooled shock-absorbing midsole keeps the foot supported with every step. Super flexible outsole provides good grip and traction. A color matching or contrasting midsole stripe accents the sneakers in a minimalist way. For branding, Skechers Lite-Weight print appears on the tongue and an S logo appears on the lateral side. 

The Skechers Flex Appeal 3.0 - First Insight comes in many colorways including: 

  • Red
  • Gray/Multi
  • Slate/Pink
  • Black/Rose Gold
  • White/Rose Gold

Skechers Flex Appeal 3.0 - First Insight History

Robert Greenberg founded Skechers in 1992 in Manhattan Beach, California, and began distributing Dr. Martens shoes along with other brands. After a lawsuit filed against R. Griggs Ltd. the company of Dr. Martens, the two firms canceled their licensing agreement. 

Greenberg began building his own brand designing and marketing street-wise shoes for young trend-conscious men, a market not dominated by industry heavyweights at that time. The year 1993 was a huge success for the brand as it releases its grunge-look Chrome Dome, a worn-looking shoe that fits the grunge trend of the younger market. 

Since 1999, Skechers started to focus on athletic footwear and expanded to women’s shoes and children’s shoes. In 2000, the company ranked fifth on Business Week’s “100 Best Small Companies” and was named “Company of the Year” by Footwear News. 

Nice to know

  • The Skechers Flex Appeal 3.0 - First Insight is a machine-washable design.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

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