There’s no shortage of amazing Converse collaborations out there today, but every so often, a transcendental partnership begins to blossom. For its most recent project, the iconic sneaker brand has (once again) paired with reputable streetwear designer, Hiroshi Fujiwara, on a Fragment Design-minded Chuck 70.
The Converse x 7 Moncler Fragment Chuck 70 is a lot to take in, but after you’ve laid eyes on the shoe, you begin to understand that it might not be so complex, after all. Conceptualized as a simplistic homage to the midcentury basketball sneaker, this heritage-inspired example has been put through its paces by Remo Ruffini’s ‘Moncler Genius’ project, elevating its retrospective presence with hints of black, white, and camouflage color. On its heel, the companies’ subtle branding makes its debut, combining canvas, foxing, and contrast stitching with the recognizable Moncler Genius and Fragment Design logos. Head to the Converse website to pick up a pair of your own for $135.
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