Don C and Converse Reunite for New ERX 260 Collection

Sporting animal prints and silver studs.

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Don C has reconnected with Converse to follow up to its collaboration from November of last year. Today, the duo reveals a brand new “Animal/Metal” pack comprised of five ERX 260 colorways. The range’s animal-inspired editions welcome leopard and zebra prints on each heel overlay and come with two extra sets of laces to match. The final two choices gain influence from the ’80s punk rock and pop genres thanks pyramid studs detailed on the side panels. Lastly, each design rests atop an EVA midsole with a profound “CONS” stamp on their respective tongues. The collective will be joined by a small range of apparel and accessories.

The latest offering from Don C and Converse will arrive on January 12 via Converse.com, Foot Locker and additional stockists. Fans of the star-studded line can also take a look at the JW Anderson Run Star Hike.

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Don C x Converse ERX 260 “Animal/Metal” Pack

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