BEAMS, Engineered Garments & Converse Drop an Ultra Clean Multi-Cream All Star

Understated luxury.

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Japanese imprints BEAMS and Engineered Garments have teamed up with Converse for a premium edition of the Chuck Taylor All Star Hi. The special colorway features a mismatched left and right shoe, each boasting a unique mix of suede, leather and canvas panels in different shades of cream and off-white. Other subtle details include contrasting metallic silver and cream eyestays, tonal stitching throughout and an understated All-Star logo on the inner ankles. Adding to the construction is a retro outsole design from the Chuck Taylor archives for some vintage detailing, while a new Nike React Foam insole adds a modern touch for ultimate comfort and support.

The BEAMS x Engineered Garments x Converse Chuck Taylor All Star is arriving in Japan this September. The special colorway will also come in a low-top version. Stay tuned for the release date and price point and share your thoughts in the comments below.

For another clean colorway, check out the CLOT x Converse One Stars inspired by Confuscious.

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