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Hit the Ground Running with the New SKORA TEMPO: A Shoe Designed for Long Distances


SKORA Introduces New TEMPO For SS15

Designed for the Long Distance Runner

Seattle, WA (October 15, 2014) – Discover how running was meant to feel with the new SKORA TEMPO running shoe. Smooth, uninhibited, and totally tuned in, this lightweight, cushioned shoe is perfectly suited for longer runs. The TEMPO offers responsive cushioning that protects, but doesn’t interfere. So no matter how far the road ahead of you may be, the TEMPO urges you to lace up and lead the way.

SKORA Running footwear is founded in a philosophy of balance. Lightweight with a responsive cushion and naturally shaped with premium materials—it’s that sweet spot at the cross section of connection and protection that SKORA strives for. And it’s where the run feels most empowering and exciting.

The TEMPO stays committed to SKORA’s honest, uncompromising approach to natural running footwear design. It starts with the same zero drop and anatomical design signatures of the brand and is enhanced with low profile, responsive cushioning. The new TEMPO features no-sew construction with asymmetrical lacing that hugs the foot and lessens pressure across the top. The breathable, one-piece mesh upper is softly supported by an internal archband, and the outsole flex grooves mimic the movement of the foot. Available in cyan blue, black, and bright yellow in men’s sizes 7-13, and black, bright yellow, and grey with coral and green pops in women’s sizes 5-11.

Designed to handle long distances, the TEMPO is created for runners who seek a smooth and balanced stride that can be maintained for miles.

MSRP $130 



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About SKORA®: Based in Seattle, Washington, SKORA builds shoes that encourage biomechanically correct running performance with minimal interference. Founded in 2008, SKORA is built by runners, for runners. SKORA footwear lets people run naturally. “Run Real” is our philosophy, and we stand by it. For more information on SKORA visit