As the new album from Suicidal Tendencies drops, so will its collab with Converse.
The legendary band from Venice, California — with roots in punk rock, metal, hardcore and more — will release its latest full-length, “Still Cyco Punk After All These Years,” on Sept. 7. And on the same day, Converse will release a line of footwear and apparel co-created by lead singer Mike Muir.
One of the shoes in the collection is a new look Chuck 70 Hi, which is executed with a vintage canvas upper with an all-over digital print, as well as a Suicidal Tendencies leather patch. The lineup also boasts a predominantly black Chuck 70 Low.
“If someone had told me in my teens I’d have a shoe, I’d have said ‘no way,'” Muir said in a statement. “This would totally blow away that 16-year-old kid. That’s a great thing.”
Aside from the sneakers, the collection includes apparel with screen-printed artwork such as a woven poplin shirt and sweatshorts. Also for sale are long-sleeved and short-sleeved T-shirts and hooded sweatshirts.
The Converse x Suicidal Tendencies collection will be available on Converse.com and at select retailers.
But for those interested in getting the looks early, boutique standout Bodega will host a popup in its Boston door on Sept. 6 from 11 a.m. ET to 8 p.m. ET. It will also be open the next day during the same hours. The pop-up coincides with the band’s show at the nearby House of Blues.
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