Rolling Stones and Skechers Team Up on Limited-Edition Sneaker Collection


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Rolling Stones News One of the shoes in the new collection June 15, 2023
One of the shoes in the new collection

(MMPR) Skechers is headlining with one of the world's most famous rock 'n' roll bands, The Rolling Stones. Produced in partnership with Bravado, Universal Music Group's industry-leading merchandise and brand management company, the new Skechers x The Rolling Stones collection features the band's trademark tongue logo on a unique collection of Skechers sneakers for women and men.

"We love partnering with brands that offer great product and giving our fans something new they can enjoy," said The Rolling Stones. "And Skechers is the one to wear for anyone who wants style and the most incredible comfort."

"For six decades, the Stones have endured like no other-rebelling, conquering and being listened to by billions. Nearly every adult on this planet knows their iconic logo," said Michael Greenberg, president of Skechers. "Skechers x The Rolling Stones styles are the ultimate band merch from one of the biggest names in rock!"

The partnership follows decades of musical artists fronting The Comfort Technology Company™, whose footwear collections have been promoted by legendary musicians like Ringo Starr, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Snoop Dogg and Doja Cat.

The Skechers x The Rolling Stones collection includes the modern Skechers Uno, as well as canvas slip-on, lug and cup sole designs. Skechers x The Rolling Stones is available at skechers.com and select Skechers retail stores throughout the US and globe. Check out the Rolling Stones Skechers here.

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