Update: Announced just over a week ago, ADER error’s second collaboration with Converse has now been fully revealed just ahead of its release. Enjoy a complete breakdown of the Chuck 70s above and a preview of the duo’s complementary apparel options below. The collection begins with a black light jacket with white contrast stitching, utilizing a lightweight ripstop throughout its build. Adding to this, a co-branded sweatshirt joins polo and t-shirt options with shorts in a similar build to the jacket and a distressed hat rounding out the range. Release for the collection begins on July 27 via ADER error with Converse and select retailers launching it on August 1. Prices are set at $120 USD and $140 USD for the Chuck 70 Low and Hi respectively. Apparel pricing starts at $40 USD for the cap and reaches $140 USD for the light jacket.
Original Story: To kick off the new year, South Korean label ADER error launched its first collaboration with Converse, propelling the emerging brand’s visibility as it continues to make waves in the streetwear scene. Tackling the iconic Chuck 70, the brand brought its signature design language to the pair with a deconstructed aesthetic. Running with the “Create Next: The New is not New” motto, the duo is now expanding on its initial project by introducing two new Chuck 70s.
First, the Chuck 70 Hi appears with an off-white and blue color arrangement, leaning on the distressed presentation once again. The brief first look highlights scattered collaborative graphics and a worn-in finish with its erratic linework and patches. As for the duo’s first take on the Chuck 70 Low, they have again presented cut-up bits of canvas around the eyelets with the blue upper contrasted by these off-white hits. The sole unit utilizes a beige hue alongside blue linework while splashes of paint and wear give the sneaker a distinctly-aged appearance.
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