Converse Unveils Chuck Taylor All Star Easter Collection

Converse Easter Shoes
The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star '70 Easter Egg shoes.
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With spring just around the corner, the Chuck Taylor All Star is getting a fresh treatment for Easter. Converse is releasing the Chuck Taylor All Star II Easter Basket and Chuck Taylor All Star ‘70s Easter Egg.

Converse Easter ShoesBlack Converse Chuck Taylor All Star II Easter Basket sneakers in black. Courtesy of brand.

The Chuck II Easter Basket upper is done in a canvas basket weave that allows for breathability when the temperatures rise. As with all the Chuck II sneakers, there’s a Nike Lunarlon sock liner and a padded tongue. The high-top style is offered in black and the low-top style in off-white.

Converse Easter ShoesA closer look at the woven upper of the Chuck II Easter Basket sneakers in off-white. Courtesy of brand.

The Chuck Taylor All Star ‘70s Easter Egg is offered in an off-white high-top and baby blue low-top brushed nubuck leather. The sneakers have multicolored patterned laces and a coordinating pattern on the heel strip.

Converse Easter ShoesConverse Chuck Taylor All Star ’70 Easter Egg low-top sneakers. Courtesy of brand.
Converse Easter ShoesA look at the patterned heel strip on the Converse All Star ’70 Easter Egg sneakers. Courtesy of brand.

The shoes will be available at Converse retail stores, Converse.com and other retailers on Feb. 26. The Chuck II Easter retails for $110 and the Chuck ‘70s Easter Basket ranges from $95-100.

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