The company is developing a girls’ and boys’ colour version for the scooter as well as protection gear, which will all be available for shipment from October.
The company is keen to build on the latest playground craze, which consist of collectible figures, small enough to balance on a finger.
There are currently 80 characters available and the Gogo’s Crazy Bones range is selling millions every week.
Andrew Coplestone, Halsall’s Marketing Director, said:
“We are delighted to have secured this licence deal. We believe that by combining this top selling toy line with Halsall’s expertise in wheeled toys, we can provide the toy trade with a perfectly complimentary product with which to maximise sales potential and margin from this toy craze.”