Converse and workwear brand Carhartt WIP have partnered again, this time on two new military-inspired colorways of the iconic Chuck 70 silhouette for summer ’19 — Camo Olive and Brown Duck.
Both low-top styles come with a classic canvas upper, contrasting white stitching, white laces, co-branded insoles and a square Carhartt WIP label on the tongue. One features a woodsy, camouflage print while the other is a simple shade of brown.
Converse and the Michigan-based company dropped a Chuck Taylor All-Star 70 Gore-Tex pack in February as well as a set of three One Star colorways last year. Carhartt WIP also joined forces with Nike on several silhouettes such as an Air Force 1, an Air Max 95 and a Vandal Supreme High.
The shoes go on sale on Thursday at Carhartt-wip.com and Carhartt WIP stores. Pricing has yet to be confirmed. You can also shop Converse’s new Pride 2019 collection, which released last month; each pair of shoes honors the LGBTQ+ community in a unique way.
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2019 marks the 50th Anniversary of the first Pride, a rebellious fight for equality that has since grown into a symbol of the incredible social progress. We are committed to supporting movements for positive social change and amplifying youth voices. This year is no different with the launch of our Pride Collection, partnering with six individuals connected to the LGBTQ+ community who show the power of expressing one's true self. In celebration of our annual Pride Collection, contributions are supporting @ItGetsBetter @OutMetroWest & @FenwayHealth. The full collection will be available in North America today May 6th, in Europe May 21st and in China beginning June 5. #ConversePride
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