Verdict from 10 user reviews

7 reasons to buy

  • The Skechers L.A Gear - Hot Shots Low is praised for its simple yet sporty design.
  • Many say that the shoe is not hard to pair with any outfit.
  • Several satisfied purchasers mention that the shoe fits true to size.
  • The Hot Shots Low is worth to recommend to someone, as stated by several commenters.
  • As claimed by few many users, the Hot Shots Low from Skechers offers comfort and breathability on feet. 
  • According to a handful of reviewers, the shoe is ideal for everyday wear since it is durable.
  • The shoe has enough padding and support yet does not make feet perspire, in the opinion of a few buyers.

2 reasons not to buy

  • The Hot Shot Low needs a long break-in time.
  • A few of the colorways are not as neatly combined as the others, according to a few. 

Bottom line

The  Skechers L.A Gear - Hot Shots Low is perfect for everyday use. It has an air-cooled memory foam that provides excellent support and ventilation on feet. The silhouette features a minimalistic design that can go with different casual outfits. Just like any other shoes with leather upper, this kick is easy to clean.

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Good to know

The lace-up closure system with a double metal top eyelet of the Hot Shots Low gives wearers an adjustable fit that caters their preference. The shoe is available for both men and women. When it comes to breathability, the shoe has a combination of leather, fabric, and synthetic overlay detail. The perforation details on the sides do its job by giving off a refreshing feel to the feet. 

The soft fabric lining that comes in contact with the entire foot also adds cushion and comfort. Also, the right amount of padding in the collar and tongue is incorporated. The shoe has a rubber outsole for proper traction so that one can rock it on any surfaces.

A silhouette of am archived basketball shoe with modern comfort is what defines up the Skechers L.A. Gear - Hot Shots Low. It is a low-top sneaker that features a smooth leather upper trimmed with stitching accents. The colored logos pop on the clean, classic silhouette. 

With this type of shoe, one can carry out a sporty street style look with simple outfits. With graphic tees layered with plain white or black hoodies and some straight cut jeans, users will be able to sport a fashionable trendy aesthetics.

With the budget-friendly Skechers Hot Shots, one can get a and stylish and durable shoe at once, making it an ideal companion for one's daily routine. The silhouette is taken from the previous L.A. Gear profiles that fans requested to return. Achieving a sporty vibe with this shoe is easy.

After Robert Greenberg stepped down from his company, L.A. Gear, when it faced stock challenges, he founded another shoe company, Skechers. At that time, Nike was number one in the market of men's wear.  However, none of the big brands in the industry have catered to both men's and women's shoes. This idea gave way to Skechers to mark a name in the industry. 

Ever since Skechers launched, the brand has been producing a variety of designs. The company has been offering different footwear categories, such as lifestyle division and performance division. It also opened other apparel such as bags, watches, eyewear, and other products.

As for L.A. Gear, now owned by ACI International, began co-branding with Skechers by launching the line, "L.A. Gear x Skechers." The shoes of this line release the past silhouettes of L.A. Gear with updated comfort and style. This collection includes the Hot Shots Low.

  • The tongue features both of the brand's logo design.
  • The shoe has an inch midsole at the heel.
  • The shoe comes with accent color laces for retro lacing options.


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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.