The connection with the local area and the fans has always been a key concept for Erreà Sport, which each season seeks to boost the extent to which cities identify with their local team.
For the second year running, Erreà Sport is back with the “City iD” customisation project, with which it explores new forms of communicative expression for its volleyball teams.
Unlike last year, when the work focused on lettering, the key feature of this year’s collection is a focus on the most important monuments and symbols of the city represented, in this case Milan.
The pre-season kits for Powervolley Milano are composed of two vests, featuring the same pattern but in different colours: one in sky blue, and one in white designed for the libero.
The heraldic symbol of the snake, the two two-tone chessboard patterns located on the wall on the left just inside the Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio, the split-up lettering of “Milano” and “22 -23” create an original tone-on-tone square pattern all over the vests.
With a semi-fitted wearability, the fabric used is Mundial, which is soft and comfortable, with a double-knit construction, characterised by the presence of tiny micro holes designed to ensure ventilation and optimum regulation of the body's temperature. Breathability rounds off the characteristics of this thread that has a “second-skin effect”, ideal for supporting match performances.
Like all Erreà garments, this collection is Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certified. Since 2007, this is a standard that has been imposing extremely strict