Verdict from 100+ user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • The majority of users found the Skechers Goldie - Flashow to be extremely comfortable when using the right size.
  • Several people loved the bling on the upper of this shoe.
  • Many considered this kick to be very stylish.
  • A lot of purchasers mentioned getting compliments when wearing this kick from Skechers.
  • The craftsmanship on this shoe is outstanding, according to a couple of reviewers.
  • Some appreciated the well-cushioned insole of the Skechers Goldie - Flashow.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Most consumers were disappointed that this shoe caused blisters on their foot, especially in the heel area.
  • Some commented that this sneaker runs large.

Bottom line

Combining the comfort of a slip-on silhouette with full-on sparkle equals the Skechers Goldie - Flashow. This stylish kick has successfully caught the eye of fashionable sneakerheads because of its unique design.

It is also crafted with the same premium materials that Skechers shoes are known for. Overall, the Flashow rendition of the Skechers Goldie collection is not only a head-turner, but it does the job as an everyday shoe as well.

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Good to know

This slip-on sneaker from the Skechers Goldie collection is offered in sizes 5 to 11 in medium width. Like the other kicks from the brand, the Skechers Goldie - Flashow women’s kick also has half sizes. 

Reviewers noted that this shoe runs a full size big, so it is best to size down when buying a pair. It also uses a synthetic upper material that does not provide a lot of stretch. 

Conquer the streets in maximum sparkle while wearing the Skechers Goldie - Flashow. This flashy sneaker is crafted with the classic slip-on silhouette covered in mini rhinestones. 

It can be worn with a variety of outfits, including pants, shorts, and skirts. Wear this kick with a flowy dress or long overalls for a more trendy ensemble.

The upper of the Skechers Goldie - Flashow features a leather-textured synthetic material with a smooth metallic finish. The studs are arranged in a row pattern for a clean, sparkling finish. Also, it comes with dual elastic panels for easy slip on fit. This kick also utilizes the Air Cooled Memory Foam insole, which allows for enhanced cushioning and comfort.

Skechers was founded by Robert Greenberg in 1992 initially as a distributing outlet for Doc Martens. During that time, Nike and LA Gear were dominating the athletic shoe market for men and women, respectively. No brand was controlling the market for men’s and women’s athletic shoes. This became an open door for Greenberg to venture into the footwear industry.

In 1993, Greenberg began focusing on designing, manufacturing, and selling his own casual street shoe brand, targeting the young and hip consumers. That was when Skechers launched the Chrome Dome. Because of its unisex design, it immediately caught the attention of both male and female sneakerheads.

The brand quickly rose to popularity not only among men and women but in the children’s shoe market, as well. It has evolved from being a one-trick pony into one of the globally renowned companies in the casual shoe market.

Today, Skechers has a plethora of footwear silhouettes to choose from. From the lace-up, scuffed looking sneaker to the more stylish slip-ons and platform shoes, you name it, the brand has it. 

The Goldie lineup is a collection of sneakers with metallic and sparkly details that appeal to a lot consumers. Some of these include the Skechers Goldie - Flashow, Glitchy, and Diamond Darling.

  • The heel height of this sneaker measures 1.25 inches.
  • For a more comfortable in-shoe feel, the Skechers Goldie - Flashow is engineered with a soft inner lining and a padded collar.

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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.