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    Now that you’re shopping for Skechers boots to wear this fall, what’s the best way to style all these great new looks? We asked Allie’s Fashion Alley to share some cute pics and tips! Fall is my favorite season, partially … Continue reading

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    As we transition into autumn, we asked Laura Boswell of Walking in Memphis in High Heels for some seasonal style thoughts for mom and daughter. I work all day Monday through Friday, so come weekend, it is mine and Leighton’s … Continue reading

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    We’re back with another look at boot styles… this time, for her! For this season’s hottest looks, our team has been getting inspiration from the trends gracing the runways and fashion magazines around the world. Booties are hotter than ever, … Continue reading

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    Guys, it’s time to re-boot your shoe game as we settle into fall! We asked one of our lead men’s merchandisers for the latest Skechers boots that offer great fit, style and function – and he had five stellar looks that are perfect for … Continue reading

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    Can you believe one of the hottest current trends in women’s footwear is a throwback look to the late 90’s that’s now in the midst of its second revival?  Known as D’Lites, these signature Skechers profiles originated with one of … Continue reading


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We love that our fans all operate at the beat of their own drum. Each of you with your unique style and vision on life are beautiful in your own way. And nothing excites us more than when you tag us on social media!  These images help us get to know you and define the versatility of Skechers style. We appreciate so much that you’re eager to share them with us…and the world!  From working out to chilling at the beach–from play dates to rainy afternoons–from the city to the country, you prove that Skechers knows no boundaries and you inspire us to make sure we never let you down.

It’s #CustomerAppreciationDay at Skechers, but we can tell you’re far more than just a customer when it comes to this brand and that is exactly why we appreciate you so much.  To illustrate how much we adore you and your support of Skechers, we’re giving away FREE shoes!  Scroll past these awesome images to learn how to enter.

Cool shots, right?  Now for the fun part…here’s your lucky chance to win a FREE pair of Skechers!  It’s super easy to enter–just leave a comment below and tell us how many pairs of Skechers you own or when you wore your first pair or anything to get across how you are a big fan of Skechers! We’ll be selecting THREE winners to receive FREE shoes. Leave your comment ASAP as the cutoff for entries is Friday, October 21 at 4PM PDT. We can’t wait to read what you have to say!  Good luck and thanks again for supporting Skechers!

Complete rules for this blog comment contest are available here.
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Finding your way as a first time college student at a new school can take time and effort. As one of our favorite Skechers team members is just over a month into her third year at Stanford, we asked her to give us some insight and tips on surviving campus life and how Skechers fits in to her Fall Semester. 

In October on campus, it can be especially hard to dress correctly for the weather when it’s freezing in the morning, 80 degrees by the afternoon, and anywhere in between in the classrooms! Ankle booties like the Skechers Lovely keep you warm in the mornings and during cold classes, but allow for ventilation when it heats up. Light sweaters are crucial for layering during this transitional time of year, and they’re especially versatile when thrown on over a breathable tank top.

October is also a time when you might feel a lull in motivation after getting settled into the swing of things on campus. So try to remember the excitement you had at the beginning of the semester! Maybe you’ve stopped writing down your assignments or meetings in your calendar, or maybe you never had one to begin with. Maybe your exercise routine has fallen flat as you’ve become busy with other commitments. As fall kicks into full gear, take the time to review your habits and make sure you’re still doing your best to stay organized.

The leather Relaxed Fit Palen – Demore for men or the burgundy Skechers Originals OG 82 for women deliver on comfort through long study sessions.

Here are some of my favorite study tips to ensure success in class:

  • Get a planner or use the calendar in your phone!
  • Schedule when you are going to do which homework. Even if you don’t get to the exact assignment you scheduled, you’ll still have a dedicated time to work on whatever you need to.
  • Find your ideal study environment. Do you need silence to read? Or do you like having people around? Are study groups your thing? Try out different options to see what you like best.
  • In class, if the professor defines a key concept or term, write it down in your notes.
  • Also take notes on assigned readings. That way you’ll have a quick summary of the main points and what you think about them, and you can review those notes before the test – instead of having to skim the whole reading over again!

The men’s Equalizer 2.0 or the women’s Skech-Air Varsity are great footwear options for a quick workout.

And when your brain needs a break, workout your body to relieve school pressure! Consider these suggestions to make the most of your fitness time:

  • Just like you should do for studying, schedule in time for exercise. This will keep you more accountable because you know you have the time to work out! Thinking ahead will also help you prepare better, for example wearing your exercise clothes to class so you can work out right after.
  • Get going with a pump-up playlist – whether it’s EDM, pop, or rock, make sure it’s full of your favorite upbeat music.
  • Find a form of exercise you actually enjoy! There are so many different ways to do cardio, toning, and resistance exercises. For cardio try cycling, jogging, speed-walking, swimming, dancing, or anything else that gets your heart rate up. As for more focused muscle building, try a barre class, weightlifting, Pilates, or yoga! If you look forward to exercising, it will be so much easier to find the time for it.
  • Your campus gym can also be a great resource. Look into whether they offer free or discounted access and explore everything it has to offer. Don’t be afraid to wander around slowly learning the ropes of the machines or weights – that’s what they’re there for! Everyone has to start somewhere.


What are your tips and tricks for staying motivated both academically and on the fitness front through the experience of college? Tell us in the comments!



On this Must-do Monday, we asked prenatal and postnatal fitness expert Sara Haley to give us a few tips on easy at-home Fall workouts for busy parents.

Fall is one of the busiest times of year for my family. This year my oldest started kindergarten, and my youngest started preschool three mornings a week. Needless to say, our lives have been full of transitions lately, which also means workouts have fallen lower on the priority list. I’m determined to get my workouts back on track before fall is over. If you’re in the same boat as me, or just looking to switch things up, here are some ways to workout at home and make getting or staying fit a priority this fall.

GET OUTSIDE . . . while you still can! I currently live in Southern California, so this isn’t as much of a problem for me. I was, however, raised in the Chicago suburbs and spent years in New York City before kids, so I know the reality of winter workouts. Take advantage and do as many workouts as you can outside while the weather is nice. You’ll be kicking yourself come January if you don’t. Skechers Flex Appeal 2.0 are perfect for slow or fast walks. If you’re a mama, I have some great FREE stroller workouts available on my YouTube channel.


SWITCH IT UP WITH FALL INSPIRED EXERCISES – As a mom, I sometimes have some “entertaining” to do during my workouts, so this Peek-a-BOO Ghost Squat works my butt, legs and heart while keeping my two-year-old entertained. Squat down (option to take hands covering your face). Push off the floor (opening arms and yelling “Boo”) before landing back in squat. Do a total of 10 in a row. Rest and repeat three more times. I love the Skechers Flex Appeal 2.0 air cooled memory foam because it adds support during plyometric exercises like these.

USE PROPS – I love props, or “toys” as I refer to them at home. They make things fun and different, so I don’t get bored, which ultimately means I workout more often. One of my favorite props for fall is of course a pumpkin! Skechers Skech-Air Extreme – Evolve give me the support I need to get the most out of these “Pumpkin Chops” that work the core, legs and butt.

I hope you have the happiest and healthiest fall and are inspired to get outside, perform some fall inspired exercises and use some new props!

Sara Haley is known for her expertise in fitness through pregnancy and motherhood. She has developed a series of workout DVDs for soon-to-be and new moms and speaks often about prenatal fitness on news programs as well as in major newspapers and magazines. Sara is sharing fun and effective Fall-inspired exercises all through October on her blog at sarahaley.com and be sure to follow @sarahaleyfit on Facebook & Instagram for additional healthy lifestyle tips and inspiration.


Featured styles: the Amarillo – Guns Blazin and Cactus – Marcher boots.

We love the crisp air and colors of fall – so much so, we’ve been exploring fun fall finds on Pinterest! To get into the spirit of the cooler months, we also asked our fellow international Skechers teams about their countries’ favorite fall traditions. Read on to hear how people abroad are celebrating the season!

Fall in Canada: Good Food, Family and Fun

Out of all four of our seasons, Fall always seems to be much anticipated and much enjoyed by Canadians. We love driving on the country roads admiring the trees adorned with red, yellow and orange leaves. Many of us take advantage of the refreshing weather and take the family out for an afternoon of picking apples and getting lost in a corn maze. We fully indulge at Thanksgiving (which is in October for us)… bringing home-cooked meals to the table and encouraging fun family time in the home. Toasting pumpkin seeds, baking fresh pies and watching Sunday football are just some of the memories Canadians love to make in the Fall.

Germany’s Goldener Oktober

Here in Germany, we love to take a walk especially when the weather is nice and the sun is shining. :) Every tree is losing leaves and they become brown. But when the sun is shining, they look like they were golden and you go through a gigantic golden field of leaves. This is why we also call this time “Goldener Oktober” that means “Golden October.” For a lot of people, this is the most favorite season here in Germany!

Spain Gears Up for the Holidays

In Spain, we don’t have a national celebration during fall (over the years, Halloween has become more famous in our country, but it’s not a national activity). In some places, it’s very typical to do things like eat chestnuts. Much of our traditions during the cooler months focus on the coming Christmas and The Three Wise Men celebration – a time when the families get together, have nice lunches and dinners and exchange presents.

The UK: Guys Fawkes/ Bonfire Night

Remember, remember the fifth of November… Bonfire Night is also known as Fireworks’ Night or Guy Fawkes Night. It’s a British tradition dating back to the Gunpowder Plot of 1605, when Catholic conspirator Guy Fawkes tried to blow up the Houses of Parliament. Many people get together to light bonfires and set off fireworks. In some towns and cities, it is popular for people attend a bonfire and professional firework display in a park. Due to its proximity to Halloween, many people organize a combined party for Guy Fawkes Night and Halloween. These parties often include elements from both festivals, such as a bonfire and dressing up in spooky outfits. Popular foods include toffee apples, bonfire toffee and potatoes baked in the ashes of the fire.

What traditions do your family and friends have for fall? Tell us in the comments!



We’re thrilled to announce the launch of our all new Skechers mobile app—it’s like having an entire Skechers store in your pocket and the absolutely easiest way to shop Skechers on the go!  Available for Android and Apple iOS devices, the app offers a fun and exceptionally convenient option for browsing the latest cool and comfortable Skechers collections to find your perfect pair.


With the app you can instantly search the entire collection to quickly locate styles, colors and sizes.  And you can even check out how Skechers fans everywhere are styling their favorite shoes in the #ShopIG section—scroll through the images people post on Instagram with direct links to purchase.  As you shop, you can share your favorite styles on social media channels to get a second opinion from your friends!  And when you’re in a Skechers retail store, use the barcode scanner to find your size and additional colors. Best of all checkout is extremely fast with Apple Pay and Android Pay on compatible devices.


The new app is also designed to keep you informed!  Easy access to your SKECHERS Elite account makes it tracking points a breeze so you’ll know when you’ve earned a new reward.  And you can also check out the latest Skechers commercials to follow all our current campaigns.

We’re so excited about the new app, that we’re giving everyone $10 off your first purchase using it!  Install the app on your device and check under offers in the main menu to find your code.

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As we reach our latest BOBS donation milestone (approximately 14 million pairs!) we’re looking back on all the incredible memories we’ve made with kids through our events… and this summer was one of our best. We traveled across the United States and Canada with tens of thousands of new shoes in tow, and got to enjoy lots of young smiles and great moments along the way. Here are a few of the many BOBS donation events we’ve loved participating in this season! You can also help make a difference and shop for BOBS shoes, which not only supports kids in need, but also helps save animals’ lives.

p1060306Reno, Nevada
April 1 – April 3

BOBS took part in an amazing three-day event at Reno Rodeo, a popular regional sporting event that supports the Reno/Sparks economy. Skechers donated 26,000 pairs of BOBS to children in need at the event, which featured a special visit with Miss Reno Rodeo 2016 and decorating stations for kids to personalize their new shoes!


p1060111Columbus, Ohio
May 24 – May 25

It was an amazing two days: together with our partner DSW, we visited Trevitt and Highland Elementary Schools to give more than 30,000 pairs of BOBS shoes to local Columbus students throughout the district. Visits with the Columbus Clippers mascots and shoe decorating stations added to the fun!


dscn0917Vancouver, British Columbia
May 26

BOBS partnered with Shoes.com to donate over 500 pairs of BOBS shoes to local Strathcona children.  The students decorated their new BOBS and played baseball and soccer, enjoyed arts and craft stations, met the BC Lions Cheerleaders and Vancouver Whitecaps mascot, and more!


Spokane, Washington
June 3

This was Skechers’ and Fred Meyer’s second year of teaming up for Spokane’s kids! Over 600 pairs of BOBS were donated to children in need throughout the city. Club attendees included the local Boys & Girls Club, the Salvation Army, and Big Brothers Big Sisters programs.


Regina, Saskatchewan
June 11

BOBS and Quarks donated over 500 pairs of BOBS from Skechers shoes to children at Regina elementary schools.  The kids enjoyed a great day of outdoor games, face painting, plus arts and crafts!


p1060591Long Island, New York
August 15

Skechers gave over 1,500 pairs of BOBS to children fighting cancer at Sunrise Day Camps in Long Island, Pearl River and Staten Island as well as their Horizon Day Camp in Baltimore. Skechers retail stores also recently raised $207,413 for the organization’s annual Sunrise Walk.


Check out all the great moments from our BOBS summer of giving here:



Now that colleges are swarming with new and returning students for fall, our team has been reflecting on our own years on campus. While we all came from a wide range of local colleges, liberal arts schools and universities across the country, we all agree that those years were an amazing time that made some lifelong friends, great memories and more than a few crazy stories! Read on to hear a few of our favorite college moments… and share some of your own with us!

6“I went to Miami University in Oxford. On move-in day, I took all the cash that I made over the summer and ‘hid’ it somewhere in my new apt so no one would steal it while we were in and out. I was planning on opening an account at the local bank. Never found that money again until move OUT day because I’d outsmarted myself and stashed it between my mattress and box spring and totally forgot. Lots of ramen that year!” – Sadie


“Dr. Charles Harper Webb was my favorite professor of all those I had at CSULB. I loved (and still read) an anthology he edited called Stand Up Poetry: An Expanded Anthology. I highly recommend for a deep, but quick read!” – Haley

“I worked on the school paper at my California university. My choices were to write about the squirrels taking over the campus, or music and entertainment. Clearly, music won out and so began many years in the music journalism world before I came to Skechers.” – Ashley

“At the start of every school year at Boston University, we celebrated a holiday called ‘Allston Christmas.’ Named for the Boston community where most at BU lived off-campus, this was when apartment leases ended at the close of August and students rushing to move would abandon tons and tons of furniture on the sidewalk. From refrigerators to couches to televisions you could score some amazing stuff from all the rich kids graduating on to post-college life. But sometimes the joy of Allston Christmas would turn dark—like when a few days later I discovered the bed bugs in that sweet mattress I claimed… and then discovered they migrated to my brand new living room furniture as well.” – Frankie

5“I had a friend who was older than me at Duke Law School and I used to attend all of the social activities and parties with her. At their graduation party, three of the law professors came up to me and congratulated me on graduating and wished me luck in my new career in law… Funny, because I wasn’t in law school, they only thought I was because I attended all of their parties… Oh, and they never congratulated my friend – Oops! :)” –Topher


“Aside from the all-you-can-eat plain cheese quesadillas at UC Santa Cruz, I think living in an apartment and using a broom to bang on the ceiling to silence the upstairs neighbors was the most vivid thing about living ‘college town life’.”

– Jude

“Four-day school weeks at my college in California.  Need I say more?” – Shaya

“I went to UCSB, so there was a lot of work hard, play hard.  Some of my favorite memories are snapshots of college life: the basketball crowds who’d toss quesadillas onto the court in protest, dining commons food fights, dueling dorms’ 3am fire alarm evacuations, the campus crusaders who’d try to convert us to everything, from religion to new credit card debt. Gross, gross portions of pizza and crazy bread. Near-misses on people’s beater bikes as they’d cruise to class. Auditoriums of guys with their baseball caps flipped back during no-cheat exams. Making movies on shoestring budgets (one with Jack Johnson when he was a student filmmaker who ‘played a little music’). Hunger strikes, passionate politics and fierce convictions to change the world.” – Amy

 On him: the Sycamore casual in Gray. On her: the Flex Appeal 2.0 – High Energy sneaker in White/Black.

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