Brand: COMME des GARÇONS PLAY x Converse

Model: Chuck 70

Release Date: June 3

Price: $150

Buy: Converse.com, doverstreetmarket.com, COMME des GARÇONS stores, Dover Street Market stores (excluding Japan), and select retailers

What We’re Saying: Travis Scott was recently spotted wearing a classic COMME des GARÇONS PLAY x Converse Chuck 70, which means everyone will soon be flocking to their nearest supplier to secure a pair from the longstanding collab. Those interested have new options to choose from as of this week, as the playful CdG-branded sneaker is dropping in two fresh colorways.

Available beginning June 3 are the "Blue Quartz" and "Steel Gray" Chuck 70s from COMME des GARÇONS PLAY and Converse. Both are optioned in Hi and Ox executions, and are branded with the signature black heart-and-eye emblem on the 12-ounce canvas upper.

It's no secret that the CdG PLAY x Converse Chuck 70s have become a bit stale to some after more than a decade of releases and 10 designs that largely incorporate the same look. Sure, the "Blue Quartz" and "Steel Gray" iterations feature familiar branding and coinciding design elements, but the new schemes are a welcomed breath of fresh air to the collaborative partnership.

If you find yourself interested in these new CdG PLAY x Converse colorways, hit up Converse, COMME des GARÇONS, Dover Street Market, and select retailers on June 3 to snag what is sure to be a go-to summer sneaker.

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