Images of what looks like an official KITH x Converse x Coca-Cola collab have surfaced on Instagram.

This wouldn't be the first time the retailer has tapped the iconic drink brand for a collab; the duo teamed up earlier this year for a hyper-branded capsule collection.

The fresh pictures show an all-white Converse Chuck Taylor All Star ’70s complete with red embroidered Coke branding on each side, a matching KITH logo on the toe, a contrast green outsole on the bottom of the sneaker, and a raw hem finish to top it off.

As yet, there's no confirmed release date but check back for details as they emerge.

In other sneaker news, Acne Studios just unveiled yet more amazingly WTF sneakers.

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