Size and fit

The fit of the Skechers Alley Cats fairly runs true to size. Since this is designed as a men’s shoe, the sizing is offered in men’s sizes. The shoe is offered in medium widths and also in both 2E and 4E widths.

Skechers Alley Cats Style

The Skechers Alley Cats was originally designed as a work shoe, but it can also function as a casual shoe. The oxford design and style of the shoe can perfectly go well with an appropriate casual outfit. It is great when paired with a pair of jeans when you go have a stroll around town or run some errands.

Notable Features

The durability of the Skechers Alley Cats has gained a lot of praises from most people especially from those who have stayed loyal to the shoe for that main reason. They loved how the shoe can withstand under harsh workplace conditions and abusive use. The style of the shoe had also received some positive recognition, with people saying they liked its simple and casual look.

Skechers Alley Cats History

Since 1992, the Skechers brand has made some amazing releases. The shoe has gained quite some popularity with their designs and quality products. The brand has worked with some well-known celebrities, having them to be the face of the brand. Some of their creations were also seen on the feet of some celebrities complementing their street styles.

The brand has also made a name when it comes to some quality work shoes. The Skechers Alley Cats to name one. Since its release, the silhouette has been a household name for quite most people who work in a hard-working environment. The shoe’s good quality has made a bunch of people loyal to the silhouette.

Additional Info

  • The upper is covered with smooth leather.
  • Some stitching accents can be observed on the shoe.
  • The shoe features a lace up casual oxford design.
  • A plain round toe can be observed about the shoe.
  • The heel of the shoe measure approximately 1 inch.
  • The leather upper of the shoe is scuff-resistant.


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