Converse Debuts Another Chuck 70 Pack, This Time With Leopard-Printed Pony Hair

Arriving with classic detailing.

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Converse has revealed an eccentric new pack featuring its iconic Chuck 70. The new capsule collection incorporates animal patterns, with luxe materials. The range will drop in the following colorways – leopard print, camouflage and black pony hair.

Each silhouette features glossy detailing on the sole and toebox paired with a faux pony hair upper. The patterns are reminiscent of different animals, contrasted with the laces and aglets. The models sit atop white rubber outsoles similar to the original which provides a classic look.

There isn’t an official release date for the Converse Chuck 70 pack yet. It will soon be available at select Converse-stockists including Feature where each pair prices out at $110 USD. Stay tuned here, as details become available.

In case you missed it, take a look at Brain Dead x Converse’s latest collab.

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