Converse Brings Back the Lucky Star and Jack Purcell Sneakers in Animal Print
As part of its Archive Prints collection.
If you’re a fan of animal print, Converse has you covered. Upon releasing a range of One Star silhouettes with GOLF le FLEUR*, the brand has brought back popular pieces from its archive with the pattern.
First introduced to Converse items in 1988, animal prints are added to some of the brand’s key silhouettes. The Lucky Star High Top arrives with a leopard print upper, finished off with an off-white toe and midsole along with the Lucky Star emblem on the side. Meanwhile, the Jack Purcell shoe receives a zebra print treatment, contrasted with white on the midsole, toe cap and shoelaces. You can wear these items as a statement piece with simple black or white socks.
You can cop Converse’s Archive Prints collection now at the online store, where the Lucky Star High Top retails for $85 USD and Jack Purcell Low Top for $65 USD. For more footwear, check out Nike’s new Air Max 98 in aqua blue and orange.