The black mixed-material base is carved out at the front in the shape of a flame, and is then detailed with “Speed Yellow,” red, and white topstitching to create an appliqué effect. An extra “Speed Yellow” patch adds definition to the flame, which works its way across the mid-panel and up the eyestay section.
At the rear, you’ll find the black canvas left free of any detailing other than a white stitched heel tab. There’s also a black and yellow license plate attached to the “Egret” sole unit, tying the look together.
Rounding out the pair is a canvas tongue that’s covered in black laces, and a set of silver-toned eyelets running up the eyestay. Take a look at the Converse Chuck 70 “Black/Speed Yellow/Egret” in the gallery above, and pick up a pair from HBX while stocks last. The sneaker retails for $84 USD.
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