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Fear of God Essentials x Converse Chuck 70 Hi: All the release details

Posted: 21 February 2020 9:00 am


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If you're looking for a sneaker that combines sportswear with designer luxe, then this is the one for you.

Converse is collaborating yet again with streetwear label Fear of God Essentials.

The two have been secretly working on a new iteration of the Chuck 70 Hi silhouette – and we are obsessed.

Why? Because the design is simple yet elegant.

We are loving the colour blocking scheme – you've got black canvas on the lateral and medial panels, contrasting the egret leather on the tongue and throat. The two different materials mesh so well together.

There's a number of unique accents on the shoe. Take for example the glossy rubber toe cap and the extra long laces. In terms of branding, each of the shoes features a logo, a nod to the designers.

What is it: Fear of God Essentials x Converse Chuck 70 Hi "Black/Egret".

Release date: 26 March. Keep in mind that is a US release date so it might take a week or two until Aussies can get their hands on them.

Price: US$110

Where to shop: From what we can see so far, these kicks are going to be super exclusive. It's not confirmed whether they'll reach the Converse AU store. We recommend checking re-sell sites like StockX.

In the meantime, you can shop the huge Converse range from retailers like THE ICONIC, General Pants, Glue Store and HYPE DC.

For more, you can check out our dedicated sneakers hub. It's where you can find a list of the best retailers, the latest news and a comprehensive list of release dates.


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Keen to check out more of the latest sneaker news? You're in luck because here at Finder, we cover it all. We're currently obsessing over the new Adapt BB 2.0 kicks, as well as the Air Force 1 and Blazer Mid "Sketch" sneakers. You also need to see the Supreme SS20 collection.

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