After dropping off a duo of preppy Chuck 70 High-Tops last week, Converse is now giving the patchwork trend a spin. The brand has just released two new pairs of kicks boasting a tattered design from front to back, offering colorways of forest green and off-white for a diverse range of shades.
Crafted of canvas, twill, ripstop and jersey, the sneakers feature patches of fabric throughout that lend a subtle colorblocked effect. Each edition comes emblazoned with a tonal logo patch on the medial, while a black and white emblem on the heel adds more branding. Other details include tonal laces, a black canvas lining and a round rubber toe, while the white midsole finishes it all off with a clean contrast.
Converse’s Chuck 70 Hi Patchwork is priced at $130 USD and available now from SSENSE’s webstore.
Elsewhere for the label, it recently dropped a collection honoring NBA pioneers Chuck Cooper, Earl Lloyd and Nat Clifton.