Converse Japan is back with a new iteration of one of the label’s classic silhouettes, the All-Star Coupe. Following the tan suede rendition from back in August, the shoe has been embellished with leather star motifs over clean monochromatic colorways this time around.
The sneakers are covered in full-grain leather all around, boasting a slim build that tapers off towards the forefoot. Starting at the top of the silhouette is thin “ALL STAR” branding stamped at the tongue in gold, followed by a set of tonal laces. A total of nine stars are boldly displayed at the lateral side of the shoe: five which are leather patches and four made up of thin top-stitching. To offset the eye-catching motifs, the medial sides have been kept clean. All of these features sit atop a crisp white midsole, detailed with a tonal bumper logo and a rubber scuff-resistant overlay at the forefoot.
Though no official release dates have been revealed, Converse Japan’s new All-Star Coupe can be seen ahead of its drop on the label’s website for $161 USD.
For more footwear from Converse Japan, check out the label’s All-Star Hinomaru Hi, honoring Japan’s national flag.