Size and fit

The Skechers Ultra Flex - Harmonious is offered in women’s US sizes. It’s a slip-on sneaker made of stretchable Skech Knit Mesh fabric with a heel tab for easy wearing. The padded rear collar adds comfort to the foot and a soft fabric shoe lining gives it a cozy in-shoe feel. It is one of the breathable sneakers around.

Skechers Ultra Flex - Harmonious Style

The women’s silhouette Skechers Ultra Flex - Harmonious is one of the many slip-on sneakers from with a sleek sporty style made for comfort. It’s Skech Knit Mesh upper is a nearly one-piece woven-in fabric in a solid color or heathered two-color design. The stretch knit sock-like upper has stitching accents and woven-on solid knit panels at the front and instep that fortifies the structure and adds minimal details and texture. 

The padded rear collar that adds comfort and support to the Achilles comes in an either contrasting or tonal color depending on the colorway. The Ultra Flex midsole has a textured channel design that allows optimum movement. For branding, Skechers S logo appears on the lateral side of the heel area. 

The Skechers Ultra Flex - Harmonious has a clean versatile design with a sporty vibe that can be worn with casual, sporty, and semi-formal outfits. It comes in multiple colorways including:

  • Black
  • Blue
  • Navy
  • Lavender
  • Taupe
  • Multi
  • Light Pink

Notable Features

The Skechers Ultra Flex - Harmonious is a women’s slip-on sneaker in a sleek and sporty design. Its upper is made of a nearly one piece Skech Knit Mesh fabric in that’s stretchable and fits like a sock on foot. It has stitching accents and woven-in solid knit panels at the front and instep that reinforce the pair. 

A high apex stretch instep panel, fabric heel overlay, and soft fabric lining adds comfort to the sneakers when worn and keep it cozy. The slip-on sneaker has a heel tab allowing users to easily slide in and out of the shoe. The rear collar is padded for added comfort and support around the Achilles area.

Air-Cooled Memory Foam cushions the insole giving it lasting comfort. The Ultra Flex midsole has a textured channel design and provides superior impact cushioning protection and has a remarkable energy return fit for long hours of usage. The highly flexible outsole has an articulated traction design that promotes movement and provides grip.

Skechers Ultra Flex - Harmonious History

Skechers was established in 1992 by Robert Greenberg after his departure from L.A. Gear as founder and CEO. Skechers was intended to be a distributor of Dr. Martens shoes but after a year as a distributor, Greenberg decided to make the brand his own space for designing and marketing shoes. With his knowledge of shoes from previously working at L.A. Gear, Skechers became a worldwide success. 

Skechers is now one of the leading companies in the footwear industry targeting the young and hip market. The brand has been innovating and introducing lifestyle sneakers that combine comfort and style for everyday use. Skechers divided their shoes into two categories: lifestyle and performance. Part of the lifestyle shoe category is the Ultra Flex line. 

Part of the Ultra Flex line is the Skechers Ultra Flex - Harmonious, a women’s slip-on silhouette for everyday use. It has an Air-Cooled Memory Foam insole that gives it lasting comfort and support and an Ultra Flex sole that allows freedom of movement and provides grip on surfaces.  

Nice to know

  • The Skechers Ultra Flex has a 1 ½ inch heel.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.