A Closer Look at Converse's ROKIT Capsule

Spanning sneakers and apparel.

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After taking part in Converse‘s series of L.A.-themed collaborations — which also included Babylon and RSVP GalleryROKIT has now given a closer look at its joint capsule. The collection spans both footwear and apparel with the Fastbreak and Chuck Taylor 70 silhouettes being released alongside a basketball tank, hoodie and embroidered piece.

Both the Chuck Taylor ‘70 and Fastbreak come in understated colorways, with beige making up the majority of each sneaker. The Chuck Taylor features a patchwork of materials including suede and black corduroy. Other elements of the sneaker include ROKIT’s orange circle logo on the midsole and text along the back of each shoe. For the Fastbreak, ROKIT’s branding is more prominent — appearing on a plastic heel piece — while the mid-top sneaker also features Converse branding on the heel. Take a look at the capsule above, with it slated to drop via the ROKIT web store on February 10.

For more upcoming footwear drops, check out Nike’s customizable “90/10” pack.

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