Tired of seeing all these new sneaker releases? Nope, we didn't think so—that's why we're always ready to update you on brand-new ones you'll want to add to your collection. Here's our latest find: European footwear brand Bata just released some preppy vintage Coca-Cola-inspired kicks! Get ready to fall in love with the Coca-Cola + Bata Heritage Capsule Collection.
The collection features updated designs on two of Bata's versatile sneaker silhouettes inspired by the ever-ubiquitous Coca-Cola logo. The classic red-and-white colorway and signature calligraphy logo give them that 1950s greaser vibe—you can pair them with letterman jackets and cute skirts! The first silhouette, the Bata Tennis Shoe, is a simple and delicate shoe great for everyday use. It comes in three designs, each with the logo decked out all over along with white soles and toe caps to accent the bright red color.
Check them out:
Bata Tennis x Coca Cola in White Bottle Caps (P1,999.75) Photo by BATA
Bata Tennis x Coca Cola in Red Bottle Caps (P1,999.75) Photo by BATA
Bata Tennis x Coca Cola in Signature (P1,999.75) Photo by BATA
For something a little more subdued, you might like the Hotshot Sneaker, which comes in two designs, one of which features Coke's famous tagline "the real thing" embossed on the outer portion of the sole. Each one sports a predominantly off-white exterior with caramel-colored accents. Originally designed in the style of a basketball shoe, this pair will look great with athleisure looks or cool streetwear pieces. Fun fact: These kicks first made headlines when Kurt Cobain was spotted wearing them—they're perfect for grungy, worn-out looks.
Take a peek:
Bata Hotshots x Coca Cola in One (P4,299.75) Photo by BATA
Bata Hotshots x Coca Cola in The Real Thing (P4,299.75) Photo by BATA
You can cop the Coca-Cola + Bata Heritage Capsule Collection at the Bata store in SM Megamall starting March 15.
For more information, log on to Bata's Facebook page.
This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.
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