thisisneverthat x Converse New Vintage Collection

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Debuting at the end of the month, here’s a detailed look at the thisisneverthat x Converse New Vintage collection. This collaboration between Converse and South Korean streetwear imprint thisisneverthat centers on Converse’s archives that focus on ’90s vibes done in faded colors, materials and unique styling.

The thisisneverthat x Converse New Vintage collection is highlighted by the Converse One Star and the Converse Chuck 70. The One Star is constructed from a premium blue nubuck upper contrasted by the distressed black rubber midsoles. Other details include retro bumpers, metal eyelets, stiff black laces and bright green rubber outsoles. the Converse Chuck 70 uses soft suede placed on distressed midsoles. Design details include Blacks contrast stitching and the same green rubber outsoles and metal eyelets found on the One Stars. Details shared about the two models include serial number text detailing on midsole, engraved lace toe caps, special woven labels, heel patches and number plates.

The thisisneverthat x Converse New Vintage collection will also include apparel such as the Utility Terry Cloth Fleece, Pocket Utility Zip Jacket, T-Shirt, Woven Pants and Beanie. Look for the thisisneverthat x Converse New Vintage collection available for pre-order via it’s never that October 31, with a wider release of Converse and at select retailers scheduled for November 4.

In related news, Jordan Brand’s biggest drop this week is the Air Jordan 3 Pine Green.Converse's Thisisneverthat collaboration explores the concept of 'new vintage' Converse's Thisisneverthat collaboration explores the concept of 'new vintage' Converse's Thisisneverthat collaboration explores the concept of 'new vintage' Converse's Thisisneverthat collaboration explores the concept of 'new vintage' Converse's Thisisneverthat collaboration explores the concept of 'new vintage' Converse's Thisisneverthat collaboration explores the concept of 'new vintage' Converse's Thisisneverthat collaboration explores the concept of 'new vintage'

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