Umbro x Sucuk & Bratwurst Collab Inspired By ‘90s Techno Culture
Merging dystopian aesthetics with athletic streetwear.
Umbro has teamed up with Berlin-based collective Sucuk & Bratwurst to craft a four-piece capsule collection that epitomizes dystopian aesthetics and non-conformity. The collaboration merges sport and street culture while incorporating elements of the techno movement in the 1990s. The collection’s reflective materials, energetic fabrics, and utility features bring an eccentric, esoteric look to athleisure.
Umbro has been pioneering sports culture since 1924 and is dedicated to creating athletic wear that is contemporary but authentic to their history and heritage. Sucuk & Bratwurst is a Berlin-based creative studio run by Alessandro Belliero, David Gönner, and brothers Lukas and Dennis Olgac. The collective has a strong background in graffiti and works across a range of mediums, specializing in 3D works of art - moving and still.
Blending the functionality of Umbro with the innovative design of Sucuk & Bratwurst has led to the creation of a unique collection that reflects the freedom and non-conformity in today’s sub-cultures. The capsule includes a Zenomorph windbreaker jacket, track pants with patch side pockets, a long sleeve shirt with contrasting seams, and a black crewneck T-shirt with a black alien outline.
The Umbro x Sucuk & Bratwurst A/W ’21 collection is available to shop on highsnobiety.com/shop (sold out), umbro.co.uk, and sucukundbratwurst.shop. It is also available in the following stores:
Gate 194, Berlin
The Internet Shop™, Hamburg
Superconscious Store, Berlin
Slam Jam, Milano