The “Peace” component of the shoe comes in the form of a full upper peace sign transformation. The black logo, which is synonymous with the hippy community of the ’60s and ’70s, adorns the “Egret”-hued canvas upper and appears all around the shoe.
Converse continues the “Egret/Black” colorway with a matching sole unit that’s finished with the sneakers’ signature license plate, as well as a set of black laces that are threaded through silver-tone eyelets. An “Egret” rubber toe cap and a large leather All Star plaque on the side of the shoe round out this playful offering.
Take a look at the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Hi “Peace” in the gallery above, and pick up a pair now at Foot District for €90 EUR (approx. $101 USD).
For more retro-inspired sneakers, check out Nike’s latest Daybreak colorways.