Size and fit

The Skechers Solar Fuse - Kryzik is available in regular and wide fit US men sizing. Women can size down to 1 ½ size. It has a lace-up closure allowing a custom and secure fit. Padded collar and tongue cushions the foot. The stretch fit upper keeps the shoe snug and ventilating panels make it breathable.

Skechers Solar Fuse - Kryzik Style

The men’s silhouette Skechers Solar Fuse - Kryzik is a multi-color sport style sneaker with athletic comfort. Its smooth upper is made of soft woven athletic knit in a circular knit style with heathered detailing creating a two-tone upper with multiple pattern details. The collar has a color-matching or color-contrasting trim at the edge and extends to the back creating a heel panel. 

The midsole is textured with a color-contrasting top layer trim that color matches with the heel and toe panels that extend slightly to the midsole. Color-contrasting Skechers branding and S logo appear on the tongue and lateral side. 

The Skechers Solar Fuse - Kryzik is available in multiple colorways including: 

  • Black/White
  • Gray/Navy
  • Gray/Black
  • Navy/Black
  • Olive/Black

Notable Features

The Skechers Solar Fuse - Kryzik has a stretch fit type upper made of soft woven athletic knit in a circular knit style that provides a stretchable comfort fit. Woven-in athletic design heathered panels and interwoven ventilating front and side panels make the pair breathable and add to the two-tone multi-pattern aesthetic of the upper.

It has a lace-up closure allowing a custom secure fit and synthetic overlays at the lace stays for added durability. It’s reinforced at the heel with an overlay panel that has a Sketchers logo. A padded collar and tongue cushions the foot keeping it snug. Soft fabric shoe lining gives it a cozy in-shoe feel. 

Air-Cooled Memory Foam insole and a highly-flexible ultra-light midsole keeps the feet well-cushioned and supported when moving. Flexible outsole with toe and heel panels provide grip. A tongue pull tab allows wearers to slide into the sneakers with ease. 

Skechers Solar Fuse - Kryzik History

Robert Greenberg founded Skechers in 1992 after retiring as CEO from L.A. gear which he also previously founded in 1978. The multi-billion company started out as a distributor for Doc Martens shoes. After more or less a year, Greenberg decided to turn it into his own brand that designs and markets footwear for the younger market. 

1993 was the breakthrough year for Skechers when it released its Chrome Dome, a unisex grunge style shoe which was the trend at that time. This success positioned Skechers in the footwear industry as a brand that is able to design and market shoes that fit the changing trends and suit the tastes of the young and hip market. 

After years of releasing sneakers, Skechers footwear is now grouped into two divisions: performance and lifestyle. The performance division includes Skechers GoWalks and Skechers GoRun while the lifestyle division includes Skechers Relaxed Fit, BOBS, and Skechers Memory Foam. 

One of the lines released under the lifestyle division is the Skechers Solar Fuse line. It’s a low-top sneaker designed in two styles: slip-on construction and lace-up closure. Generally, it has a breathable upper that keeps the foot fresh and dry and Air-Cooled Memory Foam that provides cool and lightweight cushioning, shock absorption, arch support, and stability.

Skechers is now a multi-billion dollar award-winning company that continues to develop and market products of quality, comfort, style, and practicality. It offers various products for men, women, and children across the globe in more than 170 countries through its retail stores or third-party partners.

Nice to know

  • The Skechers Solar Fuze - Kryzik has a 1 ¼ inch heel


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