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This chunky sneaker is available in sizes 5 to 11 exclusively for women. It runs half a size smaller than usual. Thus, it is best to get a bigger size to achieve the optimum fit. Also, due to its unisex styling, men may also want to wear the Steve Madden Myles sneakers. With this, they should get a pair that is 1.5 sizes bigger than their usual size.  

Rock the Steve Madden Myles trainers with a trendy anorak or a short, ruffled dress. The shoe can also be paired with printed leggings together with a plain, cropped top or hoodie for a stylish casual look. The Steve Madden Myles in white and the Steve Madden Myles in taupe are great with animal-printed overalls and dresses.

This fashion-forward, slip-on sneaker is dressed in a knitted fabric upper styled with lace-up bungee ties for enhanced fit. It has a round-toe silhouette and a chunky heel. 

Steve Madden is a footwear and fashion accessory company based in New York City. Its eponymous designer and founder, Steve Madden, started the company in 1990 with $1,000. During its early days, Madden was selling shoes from the trunk of his car. 

After 5 years since its humble beginning, Steve Madden, Ltd. hit $38.7 million in sales and in 2000, sales hit a whopping $205 million. The company is known to design, market, and sell contemporary footwear for girls and women. Its first product was a chunky platform shoe in far-out designs. It also has a plethora of cleats, sneakers, slippers, evening shoes, and sandals in its arsenal.

One of their popular footwear design is the Steve Madden Myles. It is a street-chic sneaker with a monochromatic upper and a chunky outsole.    

  • The measurement of this shoe’s heel height is 1.75 inches.
  • A size 8 Steve Madden Myles weighs 311 grams.

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Top 44% sneakers
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Top 27% Steve Madden sneakers
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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.