Size and fit

The canvas outer shell of the Skechers Elson – Moten is sturdy but pliable. This sneaker is apparently comfortable right out of the box. The soft woven upper offers breathability, granting immediate comfort to the feet. The full-length Air-Cooled Memory Foam on the footbed provides cushioning to the feet where it is needed. This sneaker runs true to size. Men consumers may obtain this shoe from sizes ranging from 5.5 to 14 US. Just like the oxford-style dress shoe form the past, this sneaker comes with a lace-up front that gives users the freedom to tighten up according to their desired fit.

Skechers Elson - Moten Style

Skechers formula in coming up with trendy silhouettes has been attracting a diverse range of consumers. Those who favor the classic look have something to choose from in the ever-flourishing designs under the brand’s lifestyle category. One that offers a vintage vibe yet splashed with modern enhancements is the Skechers Elson – Moten. It’s a contemporary looking oxford-style shoe that received a touch of modernity with the use of a tough canvas cover.

The textile overlay on the midfoot exudes a style that makes it appropriate for corporate affairs and semi-dressy occasions. Dressed in neutral and monochromatic shades, the low-top Skechers Elson – Moten strikes a charming balance with a light-colored polo tucked in dark straight pants; collared shirt and neutral-hued denim; or white polo shirt with misty-toned khaki shorts for a preppy look.

Notable Features

The central feature of the Skechers Elson – Moten lies on its cushioning property, the combination of a shock-absorbing midsole and a cushy footbed coming from the Air-Cooled Memory Foam that pleasantly contours to the shape of the foot in every stride. Its modest exterior comes with a Classic Fit that instantly elevates its styling appeal.

Skechers Elson - Moten History

Skechers is relatively a new player in the sneaker market that started making trails since 1992. In just less than three decades, it has rapidly overtaken other top dogs in the industry with its contemporary selections of footwear products. One of its recent offerings under Skechers’ expansive lifestyle sneaker lineup is the Skechers Elson-Moten, specifically designed for the men’s feet.

What steered the brand to greater heights is its development of the Skechers Memory Foam that offers incredible comfort to the feet. This supportive unit was derived from a high-density mattress that softens and contours in response to the body’s heat. Its ability to mold to the body while offering cushioning is the concept applied to the footbed with the objective to provide a similar type of support.

The Skechers Memory Foam is air-cooled that keeps the temperature from rising inside the shoe. It is gel-infused which is why it quickly contours to the movement of the foot, offering support where it’s needed.

The Skechers Memory Foam is one of the ace aspects of heaps of designs under Skechers’ low-top casual shoe line. What used to be an exclusive bedtime comfort material is now a ubiquitous proponent of Skechers sneakers, alleviating the feet from discomfort any time of the day. The Skechers Elson-Moten is one of the brand’s classic-styled sneakers that’s granted with this remarkable comfort property.

Additional Info

  • The lace-up structure of the Skechers Elson – Moten comes with four pairs of metal eyelets.
  • It exhibits the S-logo on the rear side of the upper.
  • The collar and tongue are lightly padded.
  • The outsole is built with flexible rubber that allows the feet to bend with ease.
  • The rubber material on the sole offers traction.
  • This sneaker comes with one-inch heel height.

Facts / Specs

Top: Low
Inspired from: Casual
Colorways: Green / Black / Brown
SKUs: 17 / 207 / 337 / BRN

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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.