fbpx

Fashion & Lifestyle

ASEMBL BRINGS TOGETHER STREETS AND VOLLEY

2 Dec - 2022

Tags from the story: Asembl, Streets, Volley.

Asembl has brokered summer’s sweetest collaboration – bringing together iconic brands Streets and Volley for a limited edition collection sure to melt hearts.

Available online from Thursday 1 December, the Streets range features the Heritage Low in three mouth-watering colours: Bubble O’Bill, Banana Paddle Pop and Splice as well as the deliciously sweet Heritage High in Streets’ classic colours of white, red, and blue.

Both the Heritage Low and Heritage High feature classic Streets ice-cream branding on the heel, an additional pair of red and white striped laces plus white laces as well as the traditional Volley striped webbing detail on collar, iconic herringbone outsole and an original Volley rubber sole.

100% animal free, both the Heritage High and Heritage Low feature a DAMPENERTECH10 shock absorbing footbed for all day comfort.

Summer is all about getting outside and finding things that bring a smile to your face and this is a partnership that does both!  Bringing the best of Aussie summers with iconic apparel and mouth-watering ice-cream colours, it’s a range you can’t miss“, said Streets Marketing Manager, Annie Lucchitti.

Is there a better way to celebrate the first day of summer than sporting a Streets x Volley collab?  With so much iconic heritage between the two brands, there is nothing more Aussie than this.  We are so excited to launch this collection with Streets.  Every childhood memory of licking ice creams down the corner shop with mates, or hanging out at the local beach milk bar, every Aussie will have memories of this and continue to make them today.  We wanted to pay homage to the original Streets artwork and capture some delicious summer colours that play back to Banana Paddle Pop, Bubble O’Bill and Splice – three of the best-selling ice-creams of all time“, said Volley Content & Marketing Manager, Anna Geason.

We are thrilled to have brought two iconic Australian brands together for summer’s sweetest collaboration.  The limited-edition range honours the mouth-watering colours of Bubble O’Bill, Banana Paddle Pop, Splice, and the iconic Streets classic colours of white, red, and blue.  Guaranteed to melt hearts across Australia, this collaboration captures everything we love about an Aussie summer – Streets ice-creams and our Volleys“, said Asembl Managing Director, Justin Watson.

The Streets Volleys can be accessorised with branded Mid Socks – designed to be worn with Streets x Volleys for an extra sweet ride, each pair features a Streets classic design logo, Volley logo embroider, padding around the heel and an athletic ribbed upper.

Also available is the ultimate summer accessory, the Streets x Volley Bucket Hat which comes in textured corduroy fabric with a soft brim, panelled design, and an embroidered Streets front logo.


Subscribe to our newsletter


Read our last issue


Our Youtube Channel!




GET READY FOR TWO INCREDIBLE NEW SMURFS’ CONSOLE GAMES!
GET READY FOR TWO INCREDIBLE NEW SMURFS’ CONSOLE GAMES!

The Smurfs are proud to announce two upcoming console games in collaboration with Microids: The Smurfs -Village Party and The Smurfs – Dreams. Publisher Microids and IMPS are pleased to announce the release of two amazing new video games, The Smurfs - Village Party...

read more
WONDERY EXPAND WOW IN THE WORLD’S CONSUMER PRODUCTS PROGRAM
WONDERY EXPAND WOW IN THE WORLD’S CONSUMER PRODUCTS PROGRAM

Wondery, and top kids and family podcast Wow in the World, has announced the expansion of a first-of-its-kind Consumer Products program inspired by the #1 science podcast for kids and their grown-ups. Screen-free audio company tonies and toy and games maker Goliath...

read more
KONAMI CROSS MEDIA NY INKS YU-GI-OH! PUBLISHING DEALS
KONAMI CROSS MEDIA NY INKS YU-GI-OH! PUBLISHING DEALS

Konami Cross Media NY, Inc.’s Vice President of Licensing and Marketing Jennifer Coleman, who oversees the franchise’s licensing program, has confirmed two new publishing agreements for the Yu-GI-Oh! IP. In a move to bring publishing into the mass market for...

read more