Converse Japan Taps SOPHNET. & N.HOOLYWOOD for Triple Black Chuck Taylors

In celebration of SOPHNET.’s 20th anniversary.

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After just unveiling a collaboration with UNDERCOVER, Converse Japan is back to showcase another upcoming project. This time, Japanese labels SOPHNET. and N.HOOLYWOOD are joining the slate for a three-way collaboration in celebration of SOPHNET.’s 20th anniversary — the SOPHNET. × N.HOOLYWOOD x Converse Japan Chuck Taylor All Star 100.

Doused in a sleek triple-black colorway, the shoes come with tonal stitching and textured canvas uppers. Starting at the top, co-branding appears at the tongue: N.HOOLYWOOD’s tag is placed on the left foot, contrasted by SOPHNET.’s logo on the right. Waxed laces are looped through tonal eyelets, running down the forefoot to meet the black toe cap. The side of the shoes come with a functional zipper that opens up to “SOPH.” branding on a thin inner swatch. The stealthy color scheme continues down to the rubber toe cap, while a starkly whitened iteration of Converse’s classic “All-Star” logo finishes off the piece.

The SOPHNET. × N.HOOLYWOOD x Converse Japan All Star 100 Hi will be available on November 2 at soph.net and n-hoolywood.com for $147 USD.

Elsewhere, Converse Japan has dropped its eco-friendly Chuck Taylor All Star “Musenshoku.”

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SOPHNET. × N.HOOLYWOOD x Converse Japan All Star 100 Hi

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