Alongside special Chuck 70 collaborations with Chinatown Market and Joshua Vides for ComplexCon, Converse has also readied a special in-line release: their “converse unt1tl3d hi pink womens” collection. As the Chuck 70 has always been a favorite DIY silhouette that’s frequently personalized with paint/markers due to its versatile nature, Converse has dressed the upper in an all-over print that reads “This Is Not A Chuck.”
A moving gallery of sorts, the range adapts three pieces. The converse skidgrip for sale, for starters, directly draws from Kings of Egypt II, mimicking the bright colors, distorted text, and warped iconography through its multi-color print. Similarly executed, the Chuck 70 looks instead at Kings of Egypt III whose many signature details are replicated in both embroidery and sublimated graphic.
Driven by nostalgia, Converse rewind back to a time before basketball entered the cultural zeitgeist – the 80s – the decade where the game came into its own. Digging into the archives of the Converse Biomechanics Lab, the brand have re-imagined one of the most legendary court sneakers of all time: the converse weapon cx mid.
This converse jp pro low comes with White leather across the base while a long hair suede lands on the overlays. Next, the signature Converse logo appears on the panels with OTM is debossed in Metallic Gold, which stands for ‘Out Tha Mud.’ This touch represents PJ putting shots up in his backyard and getting mud stains on his pair of sneakers, which he would get one pair a year.