"Keith Haring was a renegade of the art world, and his distinctive handstyle went beyond the easel and onto the tiled walls of New York’s subway system throughout the 1980s. Though his flame burned hard and fast, the spirit of his style lives on today in many forms, including this new collaborative collection with converse high tops sale that expresses signature Haring motifs on both classic and contemporary models.
Menswear designer Todd Snyder builds on his ever-growing lineup of sneaker projects, teaming up with Converse for the first time to rework in the iconic converse low top schwarz silhouette. A celebration of the world-class badminton player of the same name, the design ethos behind the collection draws on Jack’s cheeky attitude and appreciation for life.
CLOT are certified masters of the collaborative arts. They’ve proven their skills over and over with multiple forays in footwear and fashion, and once again they’ve caught our eye with their latest Converse co-sign.The joint venture presents two converse fastbreak mid remakes with colourways that reflect the palette of an early-70s fondue party. Chocolate brown, purple and orange are the perfect combination for all the hesh-lords out there, while the cream and blue make-up offers broad appeal. With premium materials and dual-branded detailing, these are by far the freshest Fastbreaks we’ve seen in a while.
Way back before the click here ever hit the hardwood, Marquis Converse founded the Converse Rubber Shoe company in 1908 and introduced rubber galoshes as the company's first product the following year. Converse would go on to supply the American troops during World War II and is looking back on those years now with a new 'Mountain Club' capsule collection. Taking cues from the Extreme Cold Weather Boot of the 1950s, the capsule utilises waterproof Gore-Tex technology throughout and features military-inspired mods to the likes of the Chuck Taylor All Star, One Star, and Fastbreak."