Converse All Star Chuck ’70 Leather

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Converse is taking it old school with their new sneakers, offering up a pair of kicks inspired by the 1970s, but infused with modern day details. Say hello the Converse All Star Chuck ’70 Leather.

Since 1917, the Chuck Taylor All-Stars have been crushing the sneaker scene, and now fans can relive a decade of artistic expression that was both authentic and uncompromising. We’re talking about the 1970s here. These low top kicks are sporting an upper draped in egret leather paired with contrasting rawhide laces that really tie things together nicely. The midsole is also completely white, offering up a look that is more refined and versatile than your standard pair of Chucks (which is also reflected in the $125 price tag). You can scoop these up at local Converse retailers, but don’t expect them to last long. [Purchase]

Converse All Star Chuck 70 Leather 2

Converse All Star Chuck 70 Leather 3

Converse All Star Chuck 70 Leather 4

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