Converse releases the Chuck '70 High silhouette is executed in a white / burgundy makeup. This model features a pebbled leather upper accented with a stylish embroidered Chenille C logo on the lateral side and a classic Converse patch on the medial collar. The fleece tongue provides added comfort while the metal eyelets, tonal flat cotton laces, and high rubber foxing ensure added style. Lastly, this model sits atop a vulcanized rubber midsole and rubber outsole.
Retro vibe Chuck Taylor low tops from Converse. Durable leather upper offers a lace front closure, along with a rubber toe cap and grippy rubber outsole. A legit heritage classic in the world of sneakers, Converse is the name behind our beloved Chucks, and is respected worldwide as a producer of true, original, athletic footwear.
The 1970s Chuck Taylor All Star collection features slight differences that, at first, may only be recognizable to collectors and astute fans. Upon inspection however they feature a higher rubber foxing along the sole, added cushioning and a slightly more substantial toe box. In addition they included classic details such as enhanced stitching on the sidewall, a vintage license plate on the heel and a super heavy-grade canvas upper
In a second collaboration, Virgil Abloh, the creative and cultural polymath, re envisions the iconic Chuck 70 sneaker through the prism of his Off-White fashion label. His interpretation of the classic silhouette is both reverential and irreverent: Abloh preserves traditional genetic coding like vintage canvas and the “licenseplate,” while adding tabs on the ankle patch, a bright orange sole, overlays with Off-White’s distinctive black-and-white warning stripes, and his trademark subversive labeling on the shoelaces. With Abloh’s deft contemporary riff on a timeless design, the Off-White Chuck 70 is a visually-striking statement piece that remains as wearable as always.