Who should buy the Skechers Depth Charge 2.0

This Skechers sneaker is a good match for you if:

  • You want a shoe with an instep stretchable fabric for secure and snug fit
  • You are after a sneaker with a heel tab for easy slide in and out
  • You prefer a shoe with a padded collar for comfort and support

Skechers Depth Charge 2.0 logo

Size and fit

The Skechers Depth Charge 2.0 is available in US men’s sizing. It’s a slip-on sneaker that is kept secure and snug by an instep stretchable fabric. A heel tab allows the wearer to slide in and out of the pair easily. It has a padded collar that adds comfort and support when worn.

Style of the Skechers Depth Charge 2.0

The sport style slip-on Skechers Depth Charge 2.0 is a lifestyle sneaker for everyday wear. It has a soft woven sporty mesh fabric with synthetic overlays upper with stitching and perforation details.

Skechers Depth Charge 2.0 midsole

The instep stretch fabric ensures a snug fit and secures the slip-on sneakers white on foot. It’s Air-Cooled Memory Foam insole and Depth Charge 2.0 midsole provides long-lasting cushioning and support for all-day comfort.

Skechers Depth Charge 2.0 laces

The sporty style and versatile design of this sneaker can go well with any outfit whether casual, sporty, or even semi-formal. 

Notable Features

The Skechers Depth Charge 2.0 is an easy-wearing slip-on sneaker with a sporty style. The upper is made of a soft woven sporty mesh fabric for a cooling effect. Smooth synthetic overlay panels with perforation detail at the sides and heel reinforce and add support while keeping it breathable.

Skechers Depth Charge 2.0 toebox

An instep stretch fabric panel secures the foot for a snug fit. It has a heel tab that allows wearers to easily slide the sneakers on and off. The padded collar adds comfort and support when worn.

Skechers Depth Charge 2.0 heel

The pair has a soft fabric lining that gives it a comfy in-shoe feel. S logo appears on the lateral side and a Skechers Sport patch on the tongue.

Skechers Depth Charge 2.0 insole

It features an Air-Cooled Memory Foam insole for great cushioning. The durable Depth Charge 2.0 midsole in a sculpted flexible ridged design is lightweight and has superior impact cushioning protection that gives remarkable energy return.

Skechers Depth Charge 2.0 outsole

The outsole is flexible and provides good grip and traction. 

History of the Skechers Depth Charge 2.0

In 1992, Skechers was founded by former LA Gear CEO and founder Robert Greenberg. Initially, the brand was intended to be a distributor of Dr. Martens footwear. However, within a year, Greenberg decided to make it his own brand for designing and manufacturing shoes. 

Skechers Depth Charge 2.0 holes

Skechers’ earliest designs were skating kicks and utility-style cleats targeting the young and hip market. A year after its release, Skechers became a huge success with the release of its Chrome Dome sneaker.

Skechers Depth Charge 2.0 relaxed fit

A unisex street-ready cleat with an urban, scuffed, and worn look that worked well with the grunge trend of the 1990s.

Skechers Depth Charge 2.0 back collar

Since then Skechers has been a brand that knows what its young and hip market wants and gives it to them. Alongside that, the brand emphasizes comfort and practicality balancing it with style.

Skechers Depth Charge 2.0 collar

Up until now, Skechers continues to introduce trendy sneakers that well balance style, comfort, and practicality.

Nice to know

  • The Skechers Depth Charge 2.0 comes in 4 colorways: Black, Black/Orange, Charcoal, and Navy.

Facts / Specs

Inspired from: Casual
Closure: Slip-on, Velcro
Material: Mesh, Rubber Sole, EVA / Fabric
Season: Spring, Summer
Features: Breathable / No lace
Colorways: Grey / Blue / Black
SKUs: 52775EWW / 917 / BKOR / NVY

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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.