Who should buy the ECCO Collin 2.0 Slip On

This low-top ECCO Collin 2.0 Slip On could be a great match for you if:

  • You are looking for a shoe that has durable and lightweight outsoles that generate a reliable grip while staying flexible.
  • You want a shoe that is commonly offered in neutral hues that can be used in different occasions and can match various outfits.

ECCO Collin 2.0 Slip On Logo

Style of the ECCO Collin 2.0 Slip On

With a low-top silhouette, the ECCO Collin 2.0 Slip-on shoe is crafted from soft fluid Nappa leather and premium oil-finish that create a silky effect on the upper. Also, the upper has perforations on the sides that provide not only breathability but also a distinction to the shoe’s style.  

ECCO Collin 2.0 Slip On Upper material

This sneaker has a fashionable silhouette that exudes versatility, matching not only casual but also formal outfits. With an understated style, this shoe looks perfect with shorts, khaki pants, denim jeans, and other casual attire.  

ECCO Collin 2.0 Slip On Mouth opening

Notable Features

Among the striking features of this ECCO Collin sneaker is the silky and breathable upper that is crafted from premium oil-finish suede as well as Nappa leather materials, made from the company’s own tanneries.

ECCO Collin 2.0 Slip On Midsole

With an updated look from the Collin Perf Slip-on, this shoe still has perforations but placed on the side panels for its personal style distinction.

ECCO Collin 2.0 Slip On Insole

History of the ECCO Collin 2.0 Slip On

In 1963, Karl Toosbuy founded the ECCO brand in Denmark. At a very young age, Karl already got his training in shoemaking. Before Karl started the company, he already had a stable job as a shoe manager in a factory in Copenhagen. But, he let go of the job and sold his car and house and moved to the countryside to fulfill his dream.

ECCO Collin 2.0 Slip On Collar

Karl, together with his wife Birthe, organized a team to produce shoes with an anatomical fit, providing comfort to women and men of all ages. Same with other starting small businesses and companies, the Toosbuys and their team experienced several setbacks. At some point, they almost gave up. Yet, they continued to persist by working long hours to reach the success they longed for.

ECCO Collin 2.0 Slip On Outsole

Finally, all their hard works paid off when the brand released the shoe that was designed by Ejnar Truelsen in the late 1970s. ECCO has flourished and continued to deliver a variety of innovative footwear that will provide style and comfort that anyone wants.

ECCO Collin 2.0 Slip On Pull tab

Today, ECCO is among the go-to brands of people who are searching for durable and stylish footwear that offer uncompromising comfort. It also remains firm to its principle in providing anatomical shoes which take the shape of the foot and not the other way around. Currently, the brand even maintains its own tanneries to ensure the quality of the leather. ECCO also operates factories all throughout Asia and Europe.

ECCO Collin 2.0 Slip On Breathable upper

Among the revolutionary footwear that the brand offers is the low-top ECCO Collin 2.0 Slip On. It is crafted with premium leather materials. Its soft leather upper has perforations on the side panels which enhance breathability. Also, the leather lining makes sure to absorb moisture, providing a perfect weather climate for the foot.

ECCO Collin 2.0 Slip On Heel

Facts / Specs

Base model: ECCO Collin 2.0
Top: Low
Inspired from: Casual
Colorways: Grey / Brown / Black / Beige / Blue
SKUs: 53621451052 / 53621451869 / 53628402291 / 53628402375 / 53639402034 / 53639402532 / 53644451052 / 53644451313 / 53644455294 / 53644458168

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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.