The link with the territory and the fans have always been key concepts for Erreà Sport, which every season commits itself to increase the identification of the cities in its team.
For the second consecutive year, Erreà Sport is back with the "City ID" customisation project with which it explores new communication languages for its volleyball teams.
Unlike last year, when the works focused on lettering, the main focus of this year's collection is to put at the centre of everything the most important monuments or symbols of the city represented, which in this case, is Chieri.
The uniforms created for the Chieri '76 Volleyball pre-season consist of two vests, which despite having the same graphics present different colours: one predominantly blue with white and red details, and one white with blue and red details designed for the libero.
The heraldic symbol of the lion, the cross and the crown present in the city's coat of arms, the writing 'Chieri', '22 -23', create an unusual square pattern that is repeated in tone.
With a semi-fitted fit, the fabric used is Mundial, soft and comfortable, with a double-holed construction, characterised by the presence of tiny micro-holes designed to ensure ventilation and optimal regulation of body temperature. Breathability completes the characteristics of this "second skin" effect yarn, ideal for supporting performance in competition.
Like all Erreà garments, this collection is certified Oeko-Tex Standard 100, the certification that since 2007 has set extremely strict limits on substances harmful to health, guaranteeing a high level of quality and safety.