Verdict from +100 user reviews

10 reasons to buy

  • Majority of those who have tried wearing the Skechers Relven - Arkson agree that it is very comfortable.
  • Several commenters recommend using this sneaker for daily wear and even for travels.
  • Some can attest that this shoe does not need to be broken into.
  • Numerous owners are delighted that this sneaker is just as advertised.
  • Plenty of buyers are happy with the affordable price of the Relven - Arkson from Skechers.
  • The quality of this sneaker is praised by many.
  • A lot of users have noticed how lightweight this shoe is.
  • According to a couple of reviewers, this slip-on kick is easy to put on and off.
  • This sneaker goes well with just about anything, according to a couple of reviews.
  • The style of the Skechers Relven - Arkson men’s kick receives praise from a lot of consumers.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Some wish that this shoe has more flexibility.
  • A few comments mention that the Skechers Relven - Arkson feels a bit snug, especially in the toe box area.

Bottom line

Comfort has become synonymous with this classic, slip-on kick from Skechers. The Relven - Arkson not only boasts a comfortable feel but a stylish design and durable workmanship as well. This shoe is fitted with a variety of comfort features that boosts the user’s experience.

It is also one of the fashionable sneakers from Skechers that can be worn both in the office or on the streets. All these for a price that won’t put a dent on your budget. All in all, the Skechers Relven - Arkson is a fantastic addition to any sneakerhead’s collection.

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Good to know

The Skechers Relven - Arkson sneakers are offered in sizes 7 to 14 with half sizes between 7 and 12. This low-top sneaker has a true-to-size fit, and its upper provides enough space for users with narrow to slightly wide feet.

This slip-on sneaker comes with elastic fabrics and stretchy lace front for easy access.

Dressed in a low-top, running-inspired aesthetic, the Skechers Relven Arkson sneaker pairs well with almost anything. It can be worn with skinny or straight leg jeans. This shoe also looks great with jogger pants and denim shorts. It has a lightly textured finish on the knit upper that acts as an eye-catching detail.

A noteworthy feature found on the Relven - Arkson is its soft woven-textured mesh upper with a subtle heathered finish. It has smooth leather and synthetic overlays on the sides and at the heel area. It also has perforation accents and stitched edging on the side.

There is a pull tab at the back of the heel to assist in getting the foot inside this slip-on sneaker. The Air Cooled Memory Foam and Goga Mat Arch cushion create a comfortable ride even for all-day wear.

The history of Skechers has come a long way from being a distributor of Dr. Martens shoes to becoming one of the most sought-after brands in the footwear industry. The company was founded in 1992 by Robert Greenberg. 

With the number of sneakers launched by the brand, it has consequently gathered quite a lot of followers. Some of the famous collections from the brand include the D’ Lites, Elite Flex, Relaxed Fit, and Relven.

The Skechers Relven - Arkson is a stylish low-top kick with a clever slip-on construction. Not only does it have the versatile comfort that Skechers shoes are known for, but it also has a sleek style that charms sneakerheads from all over the world.

  • The Skechers Relven - Arkson sneaker is engineered with a shock-absorbing midsole.
  • It features a rubber outsole that offers excellent flexibility and traction.


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