Peep the OFFSPRING x Converse Collaboration Featuring New Chuck 70 Designs

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While Converse has been executing sustainability initiatives by producing its shoes with used plastic bottles, the brand has now teamed up for the second time with OFFSPRING to introduce two Chuck 70 silhouettes.

OFFSPRING took to Instagram to debut the new iterations of the shoe, coming in low and high top versions. The Chuck 70 Low arrives with an all-black upper while the Chuck 70 Hi is in all-white. Both sneakers sport a white translucent sole decorated with black lightning motifs, which can also be found printed throughout the shoelaces. Converse’s signature logo is placed on the tongue, along with another lightning motif at the bottom. With the high top iteration featuring a VELCRO® version of the inner heel badge, customers who cop these shoes at the OFFSPRING Selfridges store in London will receive special edition badges.

While pricing details have not been revealed, OFFSPRING x Converse’s Chuck 70 shoes are slated to arrive on August 10 at OFFSPRING’s Selfridges London store. For more from Converse, check out the brand’s tie-dye iteration of the Chuck 70.

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