BEAMS PLUS and Engineered Garments Rejoin for More Chucks

Another round of mismatched shoes.

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BEAMS PLUS and Engineered Garments link up for a second round of collaborative Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars. The monochrome set features one pair of high-top sneakers and a set of lows.

Dressed in a militant olive, the two pairs of sneakers feature the NEPENTHES brand’s typical taste for mismatched shoes. Each shoe is divided in half with different materials and details — one side boasts rough suede, while the other features smooth leather. Even the eyelets follow suit, with the suede half featuring tonal coloring and the smooth portion offering metallic silver. Mismatched leathers on the heel, tonal laces and a blue Converse logo on the sole completes the quirky set.

The low and high pairs retail for approximately $170 – $180 USD, respectively, and will be available on BEAMS. This drop stays in line with the pair’s recent collaborative military release.

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