Converse Chuck ’70s Will Keep You In A Joyful Mood

The latest Converse Chuck ’70s iteration comes with a stunning embroidered floral design. There are six silhouettes all in all.


Recently, Converse collaborated with Off-White for a unique split colorway of the Chuck Taylor 70. The shoe has a split two-tone colorway of white and black. It has a similar look to the Air Jordan 1 “Homage to Home.”

This is a more pared-down makeup consisting of a “Black/White” colorway. The silhouette also features the famed cross-arrows logo on the rubber midsole. There are orange tabs stitched onto the All-Star logo on the medial sides as well.

Floral and Popular

The collection features three high and low-top Chuck 70s. The high tops arrive in “Punch Coral,” “Turmeric Gold,” and “Washed Denim.”

Each comes from soft leather and cushioned OrthoLite soles. The lateral side and midfoot showcases a delicate, wild floral embroidery. It brings an element of elegance to the sneakers.

The iconic vulcanized midsole and branded Converse patch on the inner side complete the shoe’s aesthetic. The low-top version also has the same finish without the branding on the sidewalls. It arrives in “Obsidian Blue,” “Driftwood White,” and “Papyrus,” a natural beige color.

Prices of the sneakers start at $70 USD.

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