Converse is a sneaker brand with a long history with sneaker culture. The brand has always been known for its timeless classic minimalist designs. If Dr.Martens is the traditional 1460 series and Vans is the Old Skool series, then Converse must be the popular and popular Chuck 70 design today.
That doesn’t mean, however, that the Converse brand in particular, and classic shoe brands in general, used to rely on standout designs. Converse’s creativity and ability to create crazes are still worth talking about. A range of editions in collaboration with Fear Of God or Rick Owens has captivated the sneaker-loving community. Recently, following the previously announced pictures, Converse officially released the Converse Chuck 70 Utility version “Steel/Egret”, which is an upgraded version of the traditional Chuck 70 series. Here, let’s take a look at this version of the authentic shoe.
Officially released as part of the Kim Jones x Converse collection, the Converse Chuck 70 Utility “Steel/Egret” is a follow-up to the recently released “String/Egret” colorway. “The design approach for this version was simple, using a classic design and then simply adding a clear overcoat,” says Kim Jones.
The Converse Chuck 70 Utility “Steel/Egret” upper features a dominant Steel Blue hue over a traditional Canvas material, and the design is highlighted by a layer of clear plastic that runs around the body and clings to the heel, as well as eyelets and wraps around the Chuck All Star logo. Additionally, a flexible rubber section has been added above the midsole with two traditional black lines.
Currently, the Converse Chuck 70 Utility “Steel/Egret” version sells for $140. Stay tuned for authentic footwear for the latest news in the fashion sneaker world.
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