Converse is doing its best to make sure the sneaker fan in your family is catered to for the holidays with several new releases and a bad Christmas gift-themed ad campaign starring “Saturday Night Live” star Pete Davidson. The brand is furthering its holiday push to start December with another must-have release.
Converse’s latest sneaker to arrive in stores is a collaborative effort with renowned streetwear label Stussy on its One Star ’74 silhouette. The Converse One Star ‘74 x Stussy Collection will be available on Friday and retail for $120. The looks in the collection — offered in mauve, black and hunter green colorways — will retail for $120 each. You can buy the shoes at Converse retail stores, converse.com and at select retailers globally.
The shoes, a street- and skate-culture staple, will come with three Stussy graphics that are synonymous with the brand’s rich California surf-skate legacy, which began in 1980. The graphics include its iconic crown emblem, the dice, and the 8-ball, which are featured on the tongues of the shoes.
The shoes in the collection are all executed in hairy suede, paired with a black midsole. They also feature Stussy’s linked logo on the outsole, a graphic-printed insole and premium laces.