The boy pair comes in a traditional black design with traditional Simon buttons, while the girl version features a brighter pink design with flowery game buttons.
The company has taken the classic Simon game one step further, mimicking the original feel of the game, including sounds and touch. The shoes do offer the ability to turn off sounds, a great option for quit waiting rooms and other selection locations.
According to a Skecher’s rep, the Game Kicks feature 65,000 different combinations of play and the embedded battery will sustain game play for a full 80 hours of continuos memory based action.
The shoes, which debut in February 2015 and will be available in all kid sizes from Skecher retail stores, on Skechers.com, and through select specialty retailers. The shoes will go on sale for $65 USD and will be sold in the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia.
No adult sizes are available, but perhaps you can play the CES display model:
The company hopes that the shoes will give children a nice distraction while waiting in lines and other places where their parents want to keep them to remain in one place for an extended period of time.
Will you be purchasing some Skechers Game Kicks for your children?
This article was syndicated from Business 2 Community: Skechers Game Kicks Let Your Kids Play Simon On Their Shoes [CES 2015]
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