What do I do if The Mobrly 2.0 feels tight and doesn't seem to fit right?

We spent countless hours revamping and testing them and are proud to say that we have achieved the ultimate versatility. The newly developed upper - one that is not only durable but also 100% waterproof - like many new materials, can be a bit stiff at first. Here are some tips to help you uncover the full potential of your new Mobrly 2.0. 

Step 1

Loosen the laces by releasing the Lace-Lok clamp.

Step 2

Put on your new Mobrly 2.0 and pull the first and second sections of the laces to fasten it. 

Step 3

Flex your foot against the floor to soften up the upper. This will also help break-in The Mobrly 2.0 for a faster 1:1 fit. 

How do I put on The Stnley and The Pembrtn?

The Stnley and The Pembrtn are specially designed and engineered without the traditional tongue flap to further ensure waterproofness. It may take a couple of tries to get used to your new sneaker-boots. Here are some tips:.

Step 1

Loosen all the laces and unzip the side zipper.

Step 2

Tilt the shoe open in a 45 degree angle and insert your forefoot.

Step 3

Holding the front and back loop-hole with both hands, pull and step your foot down against the floor all at the same time. 

Step 4

Adjust the lacing to your preferred tightness level and zip (or unzip) the zipper to your own styling.

*SKYE tip: Not tightening the laces too much will help with ease of wearing the boots, as the upper is designed to be tapered and will form-fit to your foot after a few wears.

How do I put on The Powll or The Powll EL?

Our patented Loop-Lok cable system will allow you to never have to worry about undone laces while still achieving a sleek minimal silhouette without the traditional tongue flap. Here are some steps to help you put on The Powll or The Powll EL for the first time. 

Step 1

Tilt the shoe collar opening in a 45 degree angle and insert your forefoot.

Step 2

Holding the front and back loop-hole with both hands, pull and step your foot down against the floor at the same time.

How to return or exchange?

We understand if you have changed your mind or if our sneakers or sneaker-boots simply do not fit you.

Please refer to our Return & Exchange page here.

What exactly are the materials?

Unlike some of today’s light shoes, we have a very specific mix of variable materials. The main fabric on the upper is made of lycra, like yoga pants, but much thicker and stronger, and still with lots of stretch. The second fabric on the upper is microfiber leather, which is a non-woven manmade material that is more durable and leaves a lighter carbon footprint.
The insole is made of PU, a polyurethane, and is 100% biodegradable. The outsole is a composite of rubber foam (EVA) and natural rubber pods. EVA is recyclable material, and the natural rubber is 100% biodegradable.

What are the shoes made of?

We’ve mentioned a few times that we have multiple manufacturers working together to create the perfect dose of super-comfy.
Our shoe manufacturers are in Vietnam, and our team visits them frequently to ensure better-than-good facilities, great working conditions for our factory team, and a pair of SKYE shoes for every worker. All of our research and design are done here at home in Vancouver.

What should I wear with my SKYE shoes?

Great question, glad you asked.
Our full website will be ready soon, complete with pairing recommendations for each model, and colourway. But we’ll admit, we’ve found a pair to go nicely with every pair of shorts, tights, trousers, dungarees, underwear, joggers, crazy socks, every skirt, dress, and even slacks. We trust you’ll enjoy the matching as we have.

Are SKYE shoes waterproof?

The Mobrly and our sneaker-boots are waterproof while the rest of the SKYE styles are water repellent. The 4-way stretch material is designed with a layer of synthetic rubber in between the upper fabric and lining for protection. In light rain season, like it is now in Vancouver, your feet will stay dry and warm. And because of this special layer the upper fabric can get soaked in water and still dry faster than a normal shoe.