The Converse "Tri Panel Renew" Pack Is Made of Upcycled Canvas
Take a look at the pastel colorways here.
A continuation of Converse‘s “Renew” collection, the sneaker brand will introduce the “Tri Panel Renew” pack, a series of pastel-dyed styles made from canvas scraps. The leather-free, sustainably minded Chuck 70s arrive in both high and low-top form.
The Converse Chuck 70 Ox “Mellow Rose/Egret,” a low-cut style, features a natural canvas upper that extends to cover the typically white, rubber toe and midsole. Pastel blue and dusty pink panels at the lateral add hits of spring-ready color.
The Converse Chuck 70 High “Prairie Sand/Noble Grey” features three colors. A mustard brown lateral complements a purple medial, and a brick orange tongue ties the two shades together. A canvas-covered toe and foxing also appear on the model.
The Converse Tri Panel Renew pack ranges from approximately $97 to $103 USD and releases at the asphaltgold website on May 15 at 9 a.m. CEST (3 a.m. EST).