Size and fit

The Skechers Street Cleat - Back Again is offered in women’s version only with sizes from 5 to 11. It runs a tad too small. Therefore, in order to get the best possible fit, it is recommended to size up from the usual.

Skechers Street Cleat - Back Again Style

Jazz up your everyday outfit with the Skechers Street Cleat - Back Again. Its nostalgic retro vibe looks great with leggings, skinny jeans, and square pants. This fashionable sneaker also works well with floral dresses. Use it with or without shoes, and you’re good to go. 

Notable Features

This fashionable shoe uses a soft suede material for its upper and the flexible rubber Street Cleat for its outsole. The faux leather collar trim creates a nice contrast against the upper while the side panel features a stitched seam detail.

On the inside, this kick comes with the Air Cooled Memory Foam insole for cushioning and the Rise Fit design for extra height. The padded collar and tongue as well as the soft fabric lining enhance the overall in-shoe comfort.

Skechers Street Cleat - Back Again History

Skechers USA, Inc., or more commonly known as Skechers, was founded on May 29, 1992, by Robert Greenberg. This American performance and lifestyle footwear company was officially incorporated in Manhattan Beach, California. They started in a beach house with only a logger cleat as the only shoe style available.

Fast forward to the present day, Skechers shoes are not only available for men but for women and children as well. They have high-top and low-top silhouettes, and one of the crowd-favorite low-top Skechers sneakers is the Street Cleat - Back Again.   

Additional Info

  • The heel height of the Skechers Street Cleat - Back Again is measured 1 ½ inches high.
  • The total heel height of the shoe including the insole is 2 ½ inches.
  • This sneaker features the S logo as a side detail.


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