Get boldly colorful with the Skechers Gratis–Hair Raising sneaker. This women's slip-on walking shoe carries you through your day with a synthetic and mesh fabric upper, padded tongue and collar and soft fabric lining for enhanced breathability. The lightweight, flex-design midsole and removable insole absorb shock and cushion every step. The Skechers Gratis-Hair Raising athletic shoe is finished with a rubber outsole to grip the ground beneath your feet.
I broke my ankle a few months ago. These are perfect for physical therapy--easy to remove for utlrasound and manipulation such as flexing. Even easier to put back on for pedaling the stationary bicycle. They are also cut below my swollen ankle so it does not hurt. I can also wear them with my athletic ankle brace. Everyone comments on the phenomenal colors and always ask me about these shoes. I will also be able to wear them walking when I get back out on the track. Can't wait!
The color and design of these shoes really caught my eye. They looked like fun colors which would go with everything. I was surprised when they came and didn't have shoe laces. There was a stretchy cord going through the lace holes. That was not enough to keep the shoes on my feet. There certainly was not any support as the structure was so flexible. It felt more like a floppy house shoe. I ordered my usual size, but they were too long and wide. They just did not work for me. My feet need much more support to be comfortable for walking or standing.
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