Summary

We spent 7.2 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what runners think:

5 reasons to buy

  • Several runners commented that the shoe was comfortable.
  • According to those who have tested it, the footwear was stylish.
  • Based on some reviews, the Skechers GOrun Fast is best for running, walking and casual wear because of its structure and design.
  • It was durable, noted by the majority of the buyers.
  • Some of the consumers admired the responsive sole of the footwear.

2 reasons not to buy

  • The shoe may be ideal for workouts but not for high-intensity workouts, according to several runners.
  • The midsole has very poor cushioning, according to a couple of commenters.

Bottom line

Overall, the Skechers Gorun Fast has made a lot of buyers happy and contented because of the comfort it gives. Aside from its stylish design, the shoe's responsiveness made a lot of users recommend it to a friend for them to buy and use. Although several of them have issues on the cushioning, others still think that the shoe is an excellent choice for those who are after comfort, well-ventilated design, and excellent quality.

Facts

Rankings

A top rated Road running shoe
A popular pick
It has never been more popular than this June
  • The Skechers GOrun Fast is strategically-made for runners who have neutral foot mechanism. This shoe is ideal for those who want to excel in road running activities. It features a responsive sole that aims to deliver the right amount of grip on different paved surfaces.
  • With the utilization of the 5GEN midsole material, added comfort and quick response are offered.
  • The upper area of this Skechers shoe features the sandwich mesh fabric. This breathable material provides proper air ventilation in the foot chamber.

The Skechers GOrun Fast comes in standard running shoe length when it comes to sizing. Its upper design is sure to provide the runner with a more comfortable and snugger fit. The available widths for the men's version are D - Medium and B - Medium for the women's version.

The rubber sole is integrated into the Skechers GOrun Fast. The makers of the shoe ensure that this material will provide the user with extra durability. The sole was strategically-designed to deliver a more responsive traction and ground feel. It offers sufficient grip on a variety of surfaces.

The Skechers GOrun Fast makes use of the 5GEN midsole. This material aims to deliver added comfort. Quick response is also encouraged with every stride.

Featured in the shoe is the Goga Run insole. This component of the footwear aims to provide excellent shock absorption and added support.

For additional support, the Parametric midsole construction is utilized in the shoe. It provides stability as well.

Like other running shoes, the Skechers GOrun Fast uses a lightweight sandwich mesh upper. This layered mesh fabric provides a better inflow and outflow of air. As a result, a healthier foot environment is encouraged.

Breathability is offered by the well-ventilated upper design. Its structure maintains the foot's freshness and coolness throughout the running session. Since it is lightweight, the runner will feel as if he is not wearing any shoes at all. Because of this design, it gives the user an extra push in every step.

Lying at the side of the shoe are the Synthetic 3D printed overlays. The primary focus of this feature is for added support.

The Skechers GOrun Fast utilizes the stretch laced slip-on design. This component of the shoe provides an easy and quick on and off.

With the utilization of the soft, sock-like collar and front panel, the runners will be able to experience a seamless and comfortable feel.

Added comfort is encouraged by the well-padded and smooth heel collar and lining. Because of this material, the user will be able to finish his running activities without experiencing any pain and irritation.

Author
Jens Jakob Andersen
Jens Jakob Andersen

Jens Jakob is a fan of short distances with a 5K PR at 15:58 minutes. Based on 35 million race results, he's among the fastest 0.2% runners. Jens Jakob previously owned a running store, when he was also a competitive runner. His work is regularly featured in The New York Times, Washington Post, BBC and the likes as well as peer-reviewed journals. Finally, he has been a guest on +30 podcasts on running.

jens@runrepeat.com