Converse Drops Two Paint-Splattered Chuck 70 Hi Styles

Converse Drops Two Paint-Splattered Chuck 70 Hi Styles Shoes Information on Kulichang Blog.

Converse’s Archive program brings prints, patterns, and other adornments from the brand’s large archive into the modern day to add retro flair.

Is this the most recent piece of Converse history to make a comeback? A Jackson Pollock-inspired paint splatter graphic appears on the Chuck 70 Hi in black and egret.

The black pair has pink, blue, and yellow paint streaks, while the egret pair has a blue, black, and white color scheme. These splashes, dots, and lines cover every inch of the upper, from the heel to the signature rubber toe cap on each pair.

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They even make it to the midsole for good measure, emphasizing the abstract nature of the design. These high-cut Chuck 70s feature a leather All-Star badge on the medial collar and silver eyelets, though the colors used may vary.

Foxing on the midsoles — black on the black pair, red and blue on the egret pair — a black heel badge, and a classic brown rubber outsole complete the look.

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Both of these paint-splattered Chuck 70 His are available now on the Converse webstore, priced at $90 USD.

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