Converse has unveiled a brand new iteration of its Star Player OX. The silhouette is an amalgam of key designs taken from Converse’s other iconic silhouettes — the toecap and midsole of Chuck ’70s with the body of a One Star. The American footwear label has given the model a multi-colored “Logo Mash Up” makeover.
Starting at the top of the silhouette is a debossed motif of a basketball set over a smooth white leather tongue. Contrasted against flat tonal laces, the colorway sports a set of asymmetrical eyelet panels outlined with bold summer palettes along the edges. The left foot comes with green piping along the lateral side; yellow, medial, while the right foot boasts orange piping on its lateral; blue, medial. Besides its crisp white leather body, the shoe features a vented rubber One Star logo at the sidewalls to round up the uppers’ design. All of these details rest over a retro ecru-tinged midsole, with skinny purple foxing as a finishing touch.
Converse’s Star Player OX “Logo Mash Up” will be available on June 18, 3 a.m. EDT on OVERKILL’s website for $101 USD.
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