Skechers Ultra Flex highlights

The brand crafted the Skechers Ultra Flex as simple as possible without compromising the quality of the shoe. With its uncomplicated design, wearers should take note of the following :

  • Breathable. Due to its upper’s material, the ladies can enjoy wearing the Skechers Ultra Flex on hot summer days.
  • Machine washable. Although the pair gets easily dirty due to its white colorway, the brand made sure that users can effortlessly clean it by throwing it in the washing machine.
  • Pseudo laces. The shoe does not have functional laces, which includes this Skechers sneaker to the slip-on category. The laces only serve as an aesthetic to the pair.
  • Stretchable collar. This feature makes it easy to put the shoe on and off. It also provides a snug fit.
  • Cushioning. It has impact protection and remarkable energy return.

Iterations of the women’s Ultra Flex from Skechers

Skechers released other models of the Ultra Flex. Some of these models are not really far from the silhouette of the Ultra Flex, in terms of looks, materials, and other features.

Here’s among the well-known versions of the shoe:

Skechers Ultra Flex - First Take - It does not feature the non-functional laces that the Ultra Flex flexes. This model is among the top-rated Skechers walking shoes.

Skechers Ultra Flex - Statements - Similar to Skechers Ultra Flex, the Statements model flaunts non-adjustable laces. However, unlike the Ultra Flex, this version is not machine washable.

Rankings

How Skechers Ultra Flex ranks compared to all other shoes
Top 12% sneakers
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Top 28% Skechers sneakers
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Top 11% low sneakers
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Popularity

The current trend of Skechers Ultra Flex.
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