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June 19, 2012

SKECHERS Running Sneakers

Women's Ace Athletic Sneakers

Score points on style, comfort and sporty versatility in the SKECHERS Ace shoe. Lightweight perforated synthetic and mesh fabric upper in a lace up running and training athletic sneaker with stitching and overlay accents. I was a skeptic about this sneaker as it didn't look very supportive to my eye, but when I slipped my feet into them I felt instant comfort and cushioning. With the cushioned insole it adds extra shock absorption when my feet hit the pavement, which I need. It was very lightweight and so easy to walk and run in. I would say I walked/ran about 15-20 miles in these shoes without any rubbing, blisters or irritation which is a big plus, when other shoes I've tried caused irritation instantly. I also love the bold color combinations available, so these are stylish, comfortable and reasonably priced in my opinion. Everyone's foot reacts different to each shoe, so these are just my opinions, but try a pair yourself and see what you think!


  • Smooth microperforated synthetic upper
  • Lightweight mesh fabric upper for cooling effect
  • Lace up running and training sporty athletic sneaker design
  • Stitching accents
  • Stabilizing side and heel overlay details
  • Side S logo detail
  • Lace up front
  • Padded collar and tongue
  • Soft fabric shoe lining
  • Cushioned comfort insole
  • Lightweight shock absorbing midsole
  • Contrast colored dual density heel panel in midsole for stability
  • FlexSole design for added comfort
  • Flexible rubber high traction outsole
  • Weight: 7 to 12 oz. per shoe depending on size
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