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Shoes and soda on your feet

Global brand Bata Heritage has partnered with Coca-Cola for an iconic capsule collection that puts a fresh spin on Tennis and Hotshot styles. 

Shoes and soda on your feet
Bright red Bata Tennis sneakers featuring the Coca-Cola logo spelled out on the whole upper shoe
For this collaboration, the Bata Tennis sports the spelled-out Coca-Cola logo in white on red canvas on the whole upper shoe. Its white lace, white piping, white sole, and white toe cap brings out the bright red color of the sneaker. 

Shoes and soda on your feet
Bata Tennis with Coca-Cola red dot logo on white canvas
Another Tennis model features the Coca-Cola red dot logo all over the front upper of the white canvas shoe, with matching red piping and laces. It is also available in reverse: white dot logo on red canvas, with white piping and laces. Both have white rubber outsoles and toe caps. 

Shoes and soda on your feet
Bata Tennis with white Coca-Cola logo on red canvas
Meanwhile, the Hotshot comes in two iterations. There is a graphic off-white version that features red stitching, laces, side and back logo, and thick piping all around the shoe. The other one has the same style in off-white side and laces, with Coca-Cola’s famous tagline “the real thing” embossed in black on the side of the sole. 

Shoes and soda on your feet
Bata Hotshot featuring Coca-Cola’s ‘the real thing’ tagline
First introduced in 1972 as a basketball shoe, Hotshot gained traction after Kurt Cobain was spotted wearing the sneakers on several occasions during Nirvana’s heyday. 

The capsule collection is now available at the Bata store in SM Megamall. 

Topics: Bata Heritage , Coca-Cola , Tennis , Hotshot
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