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SKECHERS Super Bowl Weekend Commercial to Star Legendary 49ers Joe Montana and Ronnie Lott: NFL Football Icons to Promote the Company’s Relaxed Fit Footwear Collection

SKECHERS USA, Inc. today announced that the Company’s second commercial airing Super Bowl weekend will feature two of the greatest 49ers players to ever grace the gridiron: Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana and Hall of Fame safety Ronnie Lott. ┬áPremiering Saturday, February 2 on ESPN2’s College All-Star Challenge, and again on Super Bowl Sunday with an abbreviated spot during the second quarter, the Skechers Relaxed Fit commercial uses humor to showcase how Montana stays cool under pressure wearing Relaxed Fit footwear.

Joe Montana appears in the SKECHERS Relaxed Fit commercial debuting Super Bowl weekend. (Photo: Business Wire

Joe Montana appears in the SKECHERS Relaxed Fit commercial debuting Super Bowl weekend. (Photo: Business Wire

Launching the day before the San Francisco 49ers take on the Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII, the new commercial will reunite the legendary Hall of Famers on-screen in a humorous spot that highlights Relaxed Fit’s memory foam footbed, roomier fit and instant comfort.

The new spot is the latest in a series of Relaxed Fit ads that star America’s sports icons; previous commercials have featured Montana, legendary Hall of Fame Los Angeles Dodgers Manager Tommy Lasorda, and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban. A natural extension of relaxed fit jeans, Relaxed Fit footwear has become one of SKECHERS‘ most successful men’s footwear collections and will soon expand into women’s footwear.

SKECHERS will also debut a commercial during the second quarter of Sunday’s Super Bowl for the Company’s new performance running shoes, Skechers GOrun 2.

SKECHERS TO AIR TWO COMMERCIALS DURING SUPER BOWL: Footwear company will launch Skechers GOrun 2 with humorous ad starring the world’s fastest land animal and bring back Joe Montana for Relaxed Fit men’s footwear

Following up on last year’s wildly successful Super Bowl ad starring the adorable pup Mr. Quiggly for Skechers GOrun, SKECHERS USA, Inc. today announced that the Company will return to the Big Game with two unique campaigns. The first will use humor and animals to illustrate the speed of Skechers GOrun 2 performance running footwear and is slated to air during the two-minute warning of the first half. SKECHERS will also enlist football legend Joe Montana for a second advertisement to air during the second quarter.

Man vs. cheetah in the Skechers GOrun 2 Super Bowl ad campaign (Photo: Business Wire)

Man vs. cheetah in the Skechers GOrun 2 Super Bowl ad campaign (Photo: Business Wire)

For the Company’s performance brand, a cheetah takes center stage this year when the world’s fastest land animal goes head-to-head with a human wearing Skechers GOrun 2. Like the cheetah, Skechers GOrun 2 footwear is lightweight, sleek and fast. The Company debuted the original Skechers GOrun collection on the feet of a spunky French Bulldog during the 2012 Super Bowl, and the much adored “Mr. Quiggly” commercial achieved a third place ranking at the top of the USA Today Ad Meter, making the pooch a media darling and bringing global recognition to Skechers Performance footwear.

For the SKECHERS Relaxed Fit collection, Hall of Fame quarterback and four-time Super Bowl champion Joe Montana is the face of the successful footwear line that’s designed for comfort with a roomy toe area and memory foam insole. Montana previously appeared in a SKECHERS Relaxed Fit campaign during Fall 2012 that also included ads featuring basketball and baseball icons Mark Cuban and Tommy Lasorda.

The 2013 Super Bowl campaign marks SKECHERS‘ fourth consecutive year of commercials on the world’s biggest advertising platform. In its first year, the Company utilized the star power of Joe Montana to launch its fitness division, and then followed up in 2011 with Kim Kardashian in the Company’s fitness footwear. Basketball and business icon Mark Cuban joined Mr. Quiggly in 2012 for SKECHERS’ most successful Super Bowl campaign thus far.

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