Model: Chuck 70
Key Features: Each of the sneakers features a canvas upper paired with Converse’s iconic vulcanized midsole unit and branding on the ankle. Three wild prints —leopard, zebra, and camo — adorn each of the sneakers.
Release Date: Available now
Editor’s Notes: Converse has just released a new selection of the Chuck 70 inspired by the brand’s archives.
Converse first used a graphic pattern on the Chuck Taylor All Star in 1983, implementing a camouflage print. Later in 1988, glow-in-the-dark animal prints were introduced, and in 1991, a patriotic American Flag print was applied. In the years following, Converse has utilized various prints and patterns on its iconic Chuck line, in addition to premium materials, all reverting back to the brand’s rich history.
Most recently, Converse pulled a series of patterns from its archives for the Fall 2018 Brain Dead collaboration, featuring two split canvas Chuck 70s.
Now, Converse has made a new trio of Chuck 70s available, each one turned out in just one of the prints that were mixed and matched on the OG collab. One pair features zebra stripes, the next leopard spots, while the third has a camouflage look.
All three styles are available now via Nike for a retail price of $85. If you missed out on the Brain Dead collab, don’t be caught sleeping twice.
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