Model: Chuck 70, Jack Purcell, and ERX 260 Mid
Key Features: The Chuck 70s’ canvas uppers have been given a number of bright prints from the archive, the highlight of which is a multi-colored flame graphic. The “burnished” Jack Purcell pack features a trio of washed uppers, each of which give off a distressed vibe and feature suede detailing throughout. The ERX 260 Mids come in black/red or white/blue leather, with oversized Converse branding on the tongue and sides.
Release Date: Available now (Jack Purcell), May 1 (Chuck 70), and June 15 (ERX 260 Mid)
Price: $80 (Chuck 70, Jack Purcell) and $110 (ERX 260 Mid)
Editor’s Notes: Converse has unveiled its SS19 footwear lineup, comprising three separate drops: a pack of Chuck 70s dressed in archival prints, a trio of suede Jack Purcells, and two retro ERX 260 Mid basketball sneakers.
The patterns on the Chuck 70s are duck camo, pink and black zebra stripes, leopard spots, and multi-colored flames. The “burnished” Jack Purcells feature a distressed and washed look on the upper, midsoles, and laces, giving the sneakers a worn look straight out of the box. They come in orange, washed lilac, and egret colorways.
The ERX is a chunkier basketball model from the Converse archive. First released in 1988, the ERX was packed with some of the most advanced sneaker tech of the era. Although the shoe was popularized by several Detroit Pistons players, it also “graced the feet of rock stars and skate legends,” according to the brand.
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