Converse First String 1970s Chuck Taylor Ox “Eclipse”

A new take on the classic Chuck Taylor Ox silhouette, Converse has released the “Eclipse” under the

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A new take on the classic Chuck Taylor Ox silhouette, Converse has released the “Eclipse” under the label’s First String project. Taking inspiration from 1970s footwear, the shoe boasts intricate patchwork detailing at the upper, built of contrasting patterns sat atop the classic Converse rubber sole. Finished with navy blue laces and metallic eyelets, the Converse Chuck Taylor Ox “Eclipse” is now available at Kith NYC.

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