P.A.M. Joins Converse for "Mutated" Chuck Taylor & Capsule Collection

Transforming puffer-inspired layers.

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P.A.M. has made a name for itself with boxy garments that serve as a canvas for the Australian label’s unmistakable graphics, and Converse has taken note. The duo have teamed up for a collaborative cold weather capsule, encompassing puffer jackets, matching pants, a T-shirt and transforming Chuck Taylor All-Star sneaker. All the puffer garments sport an insulating Primaloft shell for winter comfort, with the Chuck Taylor boasting a zipper that allows the wearer to shift the shoe into a tall canvas slip-on. Contrasting with the cool-toned quilting, bold yellow hues inform the accompanying tees, hoodie and reversible bomber jacket, each rich with graphic prints,

Keep an eye out for the goods to hit P.A.M.’s web store and select stockists on January 19. Take a closer look at the collection and transformable Chuck Taylor below.

Most recently, Yoon revealed a forthcoming FW19 AMBUSH x Converse Chuck Taylor.

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