Who should buy the Skechers Work: Gibson - Hardwood

This low-top Skechers sneaker could be a great match for you if:

  • You want a comfortable pair that is stylish and a great value for its price.
  • You are looking for a low-top pair that is made to be functional, durable, and sturdy enough to protect the toes and withstand accidental foot stamping.

Skechers Work: Gibson - Hardwood Logo

Style of the Skechers Work: Gibson - Hardwood

The Gibson - Hardwood by Skechers Work can be matched with jeans, straight pants, and chinos. Take it to work or dress it up a bit for any casual event.

Skechers Work: Gibson - Hardwood Upper

Notable Features

The Skechers Work: Gibson - Hardwood’s outsole is safety tested to meet OSHA standards. The slip-resistant outsole meets or exceeds ASTM F1677-96 Mark II standards for wet and oily surfaces. The shoe design is also Electrical Hazard Safe.

Skechers Work: Gibson - Hardwood Outsole

History of the Skechers Work: Gibson - Hardwood

Skechers Work: Gibson - Hardwood Laces

The Work collection is a popular line of shoes by Skechers that carries footwear designed for protecting men’s and women’s feet while on the job. The collection features shoes with safety-toe and slip-resistant details that meet or exceed industry standards.

Skechers Work: Gibson - Hardwood insole

The Skechers Work: Gibson - Hardwood springs from this collection. The model was launched in 2014. It had a clean low-cut design, a smooth leather material for its upper, a toe cap front made of rubber, and leather heel stripe overlay.

Skechers Work: Gibson - Hardwood Tongue

Facts / Specs

Top: Low
Inspired from: Other
Collection: Skechers Work
Colorways: Black

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