Converse Unleashes a New Trio of Utility-Inspired Silhouettes
Prioritize comfort this summer season.
In a bid to continue its boundary-pushing narrative, Converse has unveiled a new trio of silhouettes designed for maximum comfort and versatility, all underpinned by the inclusion of its innovative CX foam material.
First up is the Chuck 70 AT-CX, a shoe inspired by the brand’s outdoor heritage. Powered by CX foam and drawing inspiration from the OG Chuck 70, the silhouette is set to provide lightweight comfort and subtle functionality. Boasting a toecap inspired by the Bosey MC (an archival 1950s wading boot) alongside a diamond pattern outsole, the shoe is optimized with enhanced traction.
Next in line is the Run Star Legacy CX, influenced by the popular Run Star Hike and Run Star Motion silhouettes. Sculpted with an exaggerated rubber design and distorted pinstripe, the shoe boasts a magnified heel bumper to maximize on-off wearability. Consisting of a canvas upper, the CX also features a foam sock-liner for the ultimate comfort. The final shoe in the series is the Chuck Lugged 2.0 CC X Hi, a silhouette which offers additional traction and elevation alongside a refreshed style.
Each of Converse’s new offerings aim to demonstrate advances in style, fit, form and function, brought to life through two main focuses: comfort and utility. According to the press release, “Each silhouette is intended to look and feel dynamic, audacious, and functional, enabling the movement and expression of individuals around the world.”
The new Chuck 70 AT-CX is now available from Converse’s website, with the Run Star Legacy CX and Lugged 2.0 due to launch this Fall.