It depends on how you do the skipping
If, when you do it, you hear loud clunks, that means you are not matching the RPM's to the road speed, to the transmission.
Motorcycles have a synchronous transmission with with relatively fragile shift forks operated by a shift drum. The forks move the gears side to side to engage. if you are hearing a loud 'clack' when you do this. Stop doing it. You dogs and slots on the gears will get worn and eventually the bike will fall out of gear while your driving, hit a 'false neutral' and then clack and clack as it's trying to get back in gear. When this happens you run a higher likelyhood of getting bent shift fork, which means a total tear down for most MC engines.
Image of a damaged Gear
Here's a damaged shift fork
I don't recommend this type of shifting unless you are seasoned and can do it silently. If you can speed shift, you can probably do this as speed shifting is all throttle control and timing.
MC transmissions are fragile. They aren't corvettes, corvettes (most manual cars) have a completely different mechanism for shifting. They are not synchronous transmissions. Be nice to your speed triple, it's beautiful, but it's a teacup of a transmission, just like my Aprilia or Suzuki's.
Watch this video of a transmission shifting. You will understand my paranoia more. I've had to split too many cases fixing the results of poor shifting practices. I don't want you to have to deal with that issue.
Motorcycle Transmission Shifting in Action
Here's another one with a different view.