Converse Japan Reveals Special Edition "Tokyo" And "Osaka" Capsule

With each one referencing a classic ’80s colorway.

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With the second batch of J.W.Anderson shoes set to release this week, Converse Japan has unveiled another special edition capsule. The new drop comprises of two pairs of Chuck Taylor All Star ’70s, with each one referencing a 1988 colorway and being specific to a Japanese city.

The “Tokyo” sneaker comes with a bright orange canvas upper, while the ”Osaka” features a pastel green upper. Both shoes also feature an off-white rubber outsole with black detailing. The two sneakers are then finished with either a “Tokyo” or “Osaka” stamp on the shoe’s inner lining.

The collection is set to drop on December 15 via Converse’s Japan web store, or at retailers such as atmos, with the “Tokyo” shoes being available from its Tokyo locations and the “Osaka” pair dropping at its Osaka store. Both pairs are set to retail for ¥7,000 JPY (approx. $62 USD). In other Converse news, the brand recently unveiled a “Pale Grey” capsule.

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