Here’s a Sneak Peek at the Off-White x Converse Chuck Taylor 70

Above: The Off-White logo will be plastered on the iconic Converse silhouette once again
Above: The Off-White logo will be plastered on the iconic Converse silhouette once again

Virgil Abloh may have left Off-White this year for his dream gig at Louis Vuitton, but the superstar designer’s old fashion line is still going incredibly strong. Last year, the streetwear juggernaut launched a series of sneaker collaborations with Nike that quickly dominated online chatter and sidewalks everywhere.

You may recall that this shoe collection also garnered Abloh many prestigious honours, including a “Sneaker of the Year” award from Footwear News for his work on the hyped up Air Jordan piece — you can read all about that here. Since 2017, Off-White has been hard at work maintaining their buzz thanks to dope new capsules with Timberland and IKEA, as well as their own impressive runway collections.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, however, Off-White has once again been commissioned by a shoe company to add their sauce to a new pair of creps, and hopefully reignite a similar spark to last year’s impressive run. This time, the brand in question is none other than Converse, who have given Off-White the iconic Chuck Taylor to reimagine. This isn’t the first time the two forces have teamed up, as Off-White dropped a crisp white edition of the Chucks last year to rave reviews. This time, it looks like we’re getting a funky new colourway with neat little tinges throughout.

We still haven’t received an official look at the upcoming drop, but because the internet is a wondrous place, we’ve got some leaks to gawk at courtesy of a sneakerhead on Instagram. You can check them out below via our slideshow.

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