Product Review - Skechers Boys' Hot Lights: Damager - Police II Shoes

~ Posted on Wednesday, June 19, 2013 at 7:26 AM ~

Towards the end of May this year, I blogged about our upcoming product reviews for Skechers again and yes, it has been such an awesome opportunity to be able to work with Skechers again! I'll start off the shoes review with Ben's awesome kid's shoes, the "Skechers Boys' Hot Lights: Damager - Police II Shoes":

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Description from the product page:
"A cool favorite gets even better in the SKECHERS Hot Lights: Damager - Police II shoe. Leather and synthetic upper in a light up police themed slip on sneaker with cool detailing."

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Oh boy, we have quite a tough time trying to get our 4 years old boy the idea that it is time to change his shoes. He so deeply loves wearing his current Skechers Kid's Terminal Radian Z Strap Shoes and refused to remove his shoes to try out new ones! Had to persuade and gives him lots of explanations that his feet is growing longer and his current shoes ain't going to fit him any longer and he refused to even look at the shoes display in front of him...

Until the Skechers Boys' Hot Lights: Damager - Police II Shoes caught my eyes! Oh boy, police shoes! I immediately pointed to Ben my discovery and quickly grabbed the shoes to show him. He glimpsed briefly after hearing the word 'police' popping out of my mouth and when I realised there's also light shining out from the shoes like his current ones, whoaaaa... my boy was fixated with the shoes! I have no idea there are other series of shoes for this range as we can only see the police ones on display, else I might have gone for the soldier or fireman design. But in any case, I'm happy there's a larger size for the police shoes for Benjamin and he happily said yes, he wanted the shoes and I had to explain to him we need to let the staff process and write down the shoes details before he is allowed to wear it out.

Now let's see how this awesome shoes look like. Of course in Malaysia we don't have 911 for police hotline number but the point is, this is a police design shoes and that's all that matters for the mind of a 4 years old boy!

As with his previous shoes, Benjamin still can't tie his shoes yet so I love that this shoes came with a Velcro strap which can be easily taken off and stick back, easy for his little hands to handle this shoes. Color wise, white black and red, simple and yet elegant for a little boy, he has associated white and black colors for police force after having this shoes.

One awesome thing to note about this shoe is the way it lit up! I love that there is a start/stop button at the end of the Velcro strap which allows us to easily switch the lights on and off. You can see the straps lighting up and also the front part of the shoes also have lights shining through! Coolness!

It's so cool and I can see Ben purposely stomping his feet when he walks just so he can see the light blazing through his awesome shoes! The first time he wore it out for our outing, I let him try it out in our bedroom (since it's brand new, no issues for me for him to step and run around in our room) Noticed we even paired his new shoes with a police socks? Hahahaha, he loves it!

Pictures below are taken during our family outings:

Based on our previous experience with Skechers shoes, we are of course happy our boy is wearing Skechers shoes again as we feel he is safe in it and can protect him and yet it makes him look cute and cool at the same time! Also, I'm very happy the shoes do not have any sound and that the light is not too overbearing.

Our vedict? An awesome shoes yet it looks stylish and edgy for a kid! Skechers never disappoint us at all and will continue to have our support and praises!

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I received no monetary compensation for this review, I was provided with the product by Skechers in order to facilitate my review. All opinions expressed in this post are my own. Please do your own research when purchasing products, as your opinions may differ from mine.

Comments (2) -


Nice looking pair of shoes and I love the on off button!

Miki Chua

this is soooo cooool. my son will never take them off if  i buy for him ~

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