Check Out The Converse x Brain Dead Chuck Taylor All Star 70's
Los Angeles based streetwear brand Brain Dead get to work with one of the most iconic sneakers, the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star ‘70.
Taking on a classic is no easy task but the cult brand have gone for wild patterns and prints with a thick canvas upper. The design features zebra and duck camo printed on alternating sides on one foot as well as leopard print and stars on the other foot, stripes at the heel and polka dots on the tongue. The loud prints are finished off with text wrapping around the sole of the sneaker and a Brain Dead rubber patch is applied on the exterior lateral sides of the ankles.
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Set to release October 26th at Area 51 and Converse for $150 NZD in New Zealand and other select retailers online globally.
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