Converse & Carhartt WIP Team up on Three Workwear-Inspired Chuck Taylor All Star '70s

Brown, white or tiger camo.

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Converse and Carhartt WIP have collaborated on three Chuck Taylor All Star ‘70 reworks, each inspired by Carhartt’s workwear legacy. The low-top sneakers all come in a different one of WIP’s utilitarian fabrics: drill, canvas and ripstop. The workwear influence is acknowledged in subtle details including triple stitching on the eye row and heel counter, red accents on the outsole, and premium cotton woven laces. The sneakers are available in three different colorways: brown, white and Carhartt WIP’s iconic tiger camouflage print. The collaboration is dropping on June 1 from the Carhartt WIP web store, Converse’s online store and other select retailers.

Carhartt WIP has also recently released its 2017 summer editorial, featuring producer Knxwledge shot on the streets of LA.

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