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Get Pumped for the Winter Season With Converse’s “Holiday Sweater” Pack

Christmas has come earlier than expected.

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Get Pumped for the Winter Season With Converse’s “Holiday Sweater” Pack

Christmas has come earlier than expected.

Following its Bugs Bunny-branded collection, Converse is now gearing up for the festive season with a new “Holiday Sweater” pack. The Christmas-themed capsule features two styles of the Chuck 70 silhouette.

Taking inspiration from “ugly” jumpers to celebrate the end of the year, the shoes arrive in “Ash Stone/Egret/Obsidian” and “Black/Egret” colorways. A fair isle print adorns the uppers, with the former boasting a festive color palette of green and red. The same theme is seen on Converse’s signature emblem at the ankle, while the heel tab is dressed in the same pattern. The black-and-white iteration features more toned-down details, with white snowflakes laid atop a black background. Both designs are rounded off with off-white midsoles and toe box, staying true to the classic Chuck 70 look. 

Take a peep at the kicks in the gallery above. The Chuck 70 “Holiday Sweater” pack is now available for purchase via Converse’s web store for $85 USD a pair.

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