Converse Japan's ALL STAR Gets Blue and Red Acid-Dye Treatments

Striking two-toned uppers for the classic silhouette.

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Converse Japan has unveiled brand new iterations of its ALL STAR. This time around, the footwear label has washed the silhouette in dark acid dyes of red and blue — a follow-up to Converse Japan’s paint-splattered ALL STAR Coupe.

Both colorways come with glossy black eyelets, complemented by tonal laces that cover the tongue and forefoot. Converse’s signature “ALL STAR” patch logo is placed at the medial walls, popping out from the shoe’s two-toned uppers. Besides subtle details like black top-stitching and twin vent holes, the shoe is finished off with a sleek black rubber toecap and a midsole that’s been glazed over with protective tape for added functionality.

Converse Japan’s ALL STAR “Blue Wash” and “Red Wash” are currently available on Converse Japan’s website for $79 USD.

In case you missed it, here’s a look at Converse’s Chuck 70 “Holiday Sweater” pack.

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