Who should buy the Skechers Burst - Donlen

This flexible Skechers Burst - Donlen could be a perfect pick for you if:

  • You are looking for a comfortable yet stylish shoe that matches a variety of outfits.
  • You want a lightweight pair that offers versatility, durability, and flexibility.

Skechers Burst - Donlen Logo

Style of the Skechers Burst - Donlen

Comfort and style fused together and created Skechers Burst – Donlen. The shoe displays a clean, stylish design which also does not sacrifice comfort. This low-top sneaker allows the wearer to be playful and experimental with their look. The versatility of the shoe when it comes to style gives it the ability to go well with a variety of attire options.

Skechers Burst - Donlen Upper

Notable Features

The sleek and stylish design of the Skechers Burst – Donlen carries its appeal. The pattern and colorways on the soft sporty knit upper of this low-top sneaker add to its trendy design.

Skechers Burst - Donlen knit upper

History of the Skechers Burst - Donlen

Skechers Burst - Donlen laces

One of the collections they introduced by the Skechers brand is the Skechers Burst. This collection for both men and women provides “a burst of comfort and style in every step” and showcases the distinctive Burst Compound of the Skechers brand.

Skechers Burst - Donlen Midsole

The Skechers Burst – Donlen is one of the silhouettes from the Skechers Burst collection. Along with the Burst Compound, it also features the Air Cooled Memory Foam insole that gives off immediate comfort and superior cushioning for the foot. The shoe is covered with an almost one-piece soft knit fabric upper in various colorways.

Skechers Burst - Donlen Insole

Facts / Specs

Top: Low
Inspired from: Casual
Collection: Skechers Burst
Colorways: Black / Grey / Blue

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