Converse is set to release a new pack of Chuck 70 colorways inspired by prints taken from its own archive. The patterns are similar to those used in Brain Dead’s multi-print Converse collaboration – which also used archival prints – back in late 2018.
The three-colorway pack features two animal print options — a leopard spot and zebra stripes — as well as a third camouflage print. Camouflage was the first print used by Converse, when it appeared on a Chuck Taylor back in 1983. All three patterned uppers sit atop an off-white midsole, while the shoe is finished with contrasting black laces and Converse branding on the medial side. The full print pack is available now from the Converse web store.
In other Converse news, take a look at the new retro basketball-inspired Chuck 70 design.
Converse Chuck 70 Print High Top
- Sneaker News