You can buy limited edition mullet trainers

Looking to shop for your next pair of sneakers?

Look no further, we’ve got a style you’ll love (or so we think).

Volley is partnering with the Black Dog Institute to offer limited edition mullet versions of their iconic shoes.

The Heritage High Mullet Volleys are certainly a whimsical style.

Volley has been known in Australia for its innovative and stylish designs since 1939.

It has been worn by a number of legends including Mark Edmondson, Miranda Kerr and the Australian Olympic teams in 2012 and 2021.

But now, post-April Fool’s Day, the company is rolling out some very unique kicks.

The trainers are for a good cause

The shoes come with a mullet hair piece at the back that is fully removable.

It aims to stimulate a conversation about men’s mental health.

As part of the collaboration, 100% of profits will be donated to the Black Dog Institute and its Mullets for Mental Health initiative.

Black Dog is Australia’s only medical research institute dedicated to researching mental health to create a better world for all.

Volley is partnering with the Black Dog Institute to offer limited edition mullet versions of their iconic shoes.
They will be published next week

Black Dog Institute Senior Manager of Partnerships Tasman Cassim said: “We have been so overwhelmed with the support for our Mullets for Mental Health fundraiser and now that we have a volley shoe with a mullet to help raise additional mental health donations are absolutely thrilled to collect.”

Volley Australia GM John Szwede added: “Many young people are working in sectors that have been hit hardest by the pandemic: events, hospitality and retail, creating huge problems they have not faced before.

“Volley is honored to have partnered with the Black Dog Institute to create this mullet masterpiece. We want people to be interactive with their mullet volleys – cut them, dye them, braid them, and most importantly, wear them.”

The Volley Mullet boots are set to be released on April 15th.

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