Australia’s Olympic hopefuls will be wearing a classic fashion staple during this year’s Games, after Volley Australia announced a new partnership.
Volley has redesigned two of the best-selling styles for the athletes to wear for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies – the Heritage Low sneaker and Deuce High Top sneaker.
The low-top shoe will be available for the wider public via a limited release, while the high-top will be exclusive for the athletes.
The Volley Replica Olympic Heritage Low shoe can be found on Volley Australia’s website for $69.99
“It is a great honour for the Volley team to be involved in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. Throughout the history of time, the Games have only been postponed a handful of times, making this year even more remarkable. It is a great show of resilience and strength for the athletes to wait another year and maintain heavy training schedules whilst in lockdown in various parts of the world. We are so thrilled to be on the feet of Aussie athletes and officials doing their best, striving for their PB’s, and giving it their all in the chase for gold,” said John Szwede, General Manager at Volley Australia.
The new shoe came as Sportscraft unveiled the designs for this year’s Australian Olympics opening ceremony outfits.
It’s not the first time Volley has redesigned its classic shoe as part of a brand partnership.
Last year VB partnered with the iconic shoemaker for a special edition shoe, which was labelled the ‘Ultimate Shoey’.
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