Why you need the cool marble capsule from Converse

Posted: 3 January 2020 9:41 am


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Peep the funky multi-coloured update to these iconic Converse styles, and find out when and where you can shop.

Calling all sneaker-heads! Your favourite streetwear and footwear label Converse is coming out with a gorgeous marble-themed capsule and it belongs in your sneaker rotation immediately.

The iconic Chuck 70 Ox and Chuck 70 Hi styles have been re-imagined into a cool and funky design and the new Converse silhouettes are a multi-coloured dream.

Release date: Converse's marble capsule is available for purchase now overseas. We're not sure when the styles will reach Aussie retailers and stockists, so watch this space for more information as it comes.

Price: The kicks are currently retailing for US$100.

Where to shop: You can shop directly from Converse online or browse stockists like THE ICONIC, ASOS, Platypus Shoes and Hype DC.

If you want a pair of kicks that are more wearable, the Chuck 70 Ox is for you. It arrives in a pastel iteration with colours of yellow, purple and blue all swirled together to make something magical! It's also got a fabric upper and rubber midsole, with the brand's signature All Star logo patched on the ankle.

On the other hand, the Chuck 70 Hi features bold shades of pink, blue, yellow and orange. If you're after a statement sneaker, then this is the pick for you. The lacing system arrives in creamy hues, with silver eyelets to contrast the loud marble pattern. The All Star logo is also on the ankle, but instead, is coloured in black.



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