Size and fit

The Skechers Solar Fuse - Brisk Escape is a women’s sneaker that comes with a lace closure for a custom secure fit. Padded collar and tongue keep it cushioned and snug. A soft fabric shoe lining gives it a cozy in-shoe feel.

Skechers Solar Fuse - Brisk Escape Style

The Skechers Solar Fuse - Brisk Escape has a sleek look in pretty colors that features enhanced comfort. A nearly one-piece soft woven athletic knit upper in a circular knit design with two-tone heathered detailing gives it a smooth feel and refreshing style. The collar has tonal or color-contrasting edges that go around and extend as a heel panel adding to the colorful aesthetic of the sneakers. 

The textured midsole has either tonal or color-contrasting top layer trim paired with color-contrasting heel and toe panels that extend a bit to the midsole adding colorful details to the pair. Synthetic hot-melt lace stays are tonal and blend well with the upper.

The  Skechers Solar Fuse - Brisk Escape comes in multiple colorways you can easily wear with any casual or sporty outfit.

Notable Features

The Skechers Solar Fuse - Brik Escape is a silhouette from the Skechers Solar Fuse line. It has a nearly one-piece upper made of soft woven athletic knit. Circular knit construction creates a smooth feel upper and gives it a cooling effect. Woven two-color heathered detailing adds to the colorful and athletic aesthetic of the shoe. It’s made breathable with interwoven ventilating panels at the front and side. 

The sneaker has a lace-up closure for a custom secure fit with sleek hot-melt synthetic overlay trim at the lace stays keeping it reinforced. Tongue panel has a pull-on top tab for easy wearing and perforations that add ventilation to the shoe. Padded collar and tongue and soft fabric shoe lining make the pair cushioned and supported and gives it a cozy in-shoe feel. 

Air-Cooled Memory Foam cushions the insole. A highly-flexible midsole enhances the support and cushioning of the foot with every stride. The flexible outsole has rubber panels that extend to the toe and the heel for added durability. Signature S logo appears on the lateral side and Skechers branding on the tongue panel. 

Skechers Solar Fuse - Brisk Escape History

The multi-billion dollar company and award-winning brand, Skechers, is known for innovating, designing, and marketing footwear that is of high-quality. It currently markets its products globally in more than 170 countries via its own retail stores and third-party sellers. 

Skechers started its humble beginnings in California in the year 1992. Founded by Robert Greenberg, it was originally intended as a distributor for Dr. Martens shoes. After a year or so, Greenberg decided to turn it into his own brand conceptualizing, producing, and marketing designs for casual athletic shoes that target the younger market. 

In 1993, the brand had its big break when it released the Chrome Dome, a unisex shoe in a grunge worn-out style which was the trend at that time. This success positioned Skechers as a brand that was able to know the changing trends in the market and provide exactly that. 

Through the years, Skechers has released numerous lines and collections of footwear. Currently, the brand groups its footwear into two categories: performance and lifestyle. One of the lines under the lifestyle category is the Solar Fuse. A low-top sneaker in either a slip-on construction or a lace-up closure for a more customized fit. The Solar Fuse line has released numerous iterations for men, women, and kids like the Solar Fuse - Kryzik, Solar Fuse - Speed Blitz, Solar Fuse - Gravity Experience, Solar Fuse - Paint Power, Solar Fuse - Brisk Escape and more. 

Nice to know

  • The Skechers Solar Fuse - Brisk Escape is machine washable for hassle-free cleaning.


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