With fall approaching and winter fast behind it, you’ll be attending events, parties, and conferences that ask for—how should we say— that wintery polished look. And ECCO wants to help you find the perfect pair of shoes for those occasions and the seasons around them. While ECCO has myriad options in this department, the new men’s VITRUS collection and the women’s SHAPE SCULPTED MOTION collection really stand for what ECCO has to offer for style and comfort combined.
Both collections aim to blend function in the form of comfort-focused technology with an elevated design that’s punctuated by a stylish and sophisticated aesthetic. Being on your feet all day, whether you’re running around the office or heading off to drinks afterward, you’ll want to have ECCO’s proprietary FLUIDFORM tech engineered right into your soles. ECCO uses advanced soft polymers in its builds for supple and lightweight soles that cradle your foot. The support and cushioning in each shoe is designed to form in and around your own anatomy and unique foot shape. In other words, these shoes get to know you.
For example, consider the shank, the supportive bridge that connects a shoe’s insole and outsole. ECCO designed ones for its SHAPE SCULPTED MOTION collection that help give you the stability to be confident and comfortable without bending your foot out of shape. Since your feet will be resting in a more natural position, you achieve the illusion of longer legs (and extra inches to your height) without the pain that heels normally demand. On the men’s side, the VITRUS shank cups the heel in a unique design to help stabilize your feet and keep them comfy. Modern design meets a lightweight build so that you’ll likely end up wearing these more and more often—no need to keep these shoes for special occasions only. For shoes that focus on the comfort of your feet without sacrificing the refined style you’re looking for, ECCO’s latest should be your latest, too. | Shop the SHAPE SCULPTED MOTION and VITRUS collections at ECCO >
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