Since 2013, the Converse Chuck 70 has served as a popular silhouette for its heritage-inspired look and incessant amount of colorways and collaborations. Now, the One Star imprint is choosing to shine a light on its high-top model for a two-piece “Patchwork” Pack.
In the same vein as the recently revealed Converse Jack Purcell Rally “Patchwork” capsule, these newest variations choose to highlight the art of woven textiles. The offering which usually arrives with a canvas build up top has been reformatted with intricately styled slub cotton and yarn-dyed jacquard materials. By the very nature of these fabrics, the shoe is given a unique woven patterned aesthetic that mixes various vivid colors throughout its entire base piece.
Two colorways are enlisted for this package including a “Twill/Light Gray/Egret” and a “Peach/Sheer Lilac/Egret”. Both iterations host silver eyelets in which their laces run through, and feature classically styled “Sail” toe caps, midsoles and sole units. Each take also features the standard logo patches that cling on the medial side, both of which are executed with black backgrounds and white font. Additionally, the Converse license plates that affix to the lower heels of both options are also tonally executed.
If interested, these will be launching on March 11 via Converse for $100 USD each.
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