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On the rare occurrence that we don’t have to sacrifice style for comfort, you know we’re game. Case in point: Amazon’s best-selling memory foam sneakers that are claimed to be “insanely comfortable” yet “still stylish.”
Hailing from Skechers’ exclusive Amazon brand called Concept 3, the Alexxi Slip-on Sneakers are crafted from soft woven athletic mesh and a memory foam cushioned insole for maximized comfort. Designed with stretch bungee laces for a sporty casual look with metallic accents, these kicks are about to be your new go-to’s. Plus, it’s available in four different hues — Black with rose gold, charcoal grey, mauve and navy blue.
Shop: Concept 3 By Skechers Slip-On Sneaker, $45
One element we love is the one-inch platform for added height. The affordable shoes also feature a shock absorbing lightweight midsole while, the outsole is made from flexible rubber for traction.
With over 1,200 reviews and a 4.5-star rating, shoppers from all over the world are loving these slip-ons for day-to-day activities. “I find that some Skechers slip-ons are a little narrow, but thankfully these aren’t. These shoes are perfect for running errands or even walking the dog. They’re insanely comfortable without needing any break-in time, and they’re still stylish. The rose gold accents on the dusty pink color is a nice touch,” one five-star review wrote.
If you’re thinking about trying these out for yourself, it’s important to note that many reviewers recommend sizing down. “They run a little big so you may want to order a size down,” one shopper noted. Another explained that “If you are trying to use them for high-impact exercise or running, size down.”
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