UPDATE: These White Virgil Abloh x Converse Chuck 70s Are Fake

A Converse representative has confirmed the colorway isn’t real.

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UPDATE: A Converse representative has confirmed to HYPEBEAST that this potential design is fake and “not an official product.”

Less than a week after the arrival of Virgil Abloh‘s translucent collaboration with Converse, another potential new version of the Chuck 70 has emerged. Many of the elements from the original release are continued onto this colorway, with a translucent construction, quote-marked phrases and an orange tab next to the logo all featuring.

The main difference is the colorway, with the previously-transparent midsole unit coming in white. The blocks of white also appear on the heel, around the ankle of the shoe and even the signature pull tab. It isn’t clear if this is a previous sample or a potential new release, but keep checking back for more information on Virgil Abloh’s ever-expanding Nike and Converse collaboration.

In related news, check out Off-White™’s new collection for The Webster.

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