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Mohammed Kudus joins forces with Skechers

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West Ham United FC star and Ghana international Mohammed Kudus has been roped in by Skechers as its latest brand ambassador.

Kudus will thus star in various marketing campaigns to promote Skechers Football. The 23-year-old has kicked off the promotions during the ongoing UEFA Euro 2024. 

Also read: Oleksandr Zinchenko teams up with Skechers

Mohammed Kudus said:

I’ve been testing and competing in the Skechers Razor for a while now and it’s evident to me that this is the best and most comfortable boot I’ve ever worn. It’s the right time to make it official with Skechers, and I look forward to working with their team to help introduce this incredible brand to more players as they take Skechers Football around the world.

Greg Smith, VP of Product Development and Merchandising for Skechers Performance, said:

Mohammed Kudus is a sensational player loved by fans around the world, and at age 23 is already known for his talent on the pitch, so he’s the ideal athlete for Skechers. Along with Harry Kane and our entire team of elite athletes, it’s clear that many of the best and brightest players in the world want to wear comfort that performs. Skechers Football boots offer innovation, performance and comfort that is unmatched on the pitch. As we grow our roster, we’re introducing an expanded range of boots with Academy and Youth styles this summer—a true evolution for Skechers Football going into our second season on the pitch.

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