Sneakerheads got an unexpected surprise today when Converse wonderfully restocked its must-have Fear of God Essentials x Chuck 70 collaboration.
The sneakers became available once again on Converse’s website, months after they last restocked in May. The sneakers, which initially sold out within hours in March, already sold out in the black iteration and the gray shade; luckily for you, the ivory and black colorway is still available in select sizes at Converse.com for $110.
If they were fast enough, fans were able to shop the styles again back in May months after their initial drop. That restock sold out in all three colorways within minutes as well.
Though the styles have since sold out, the resale market is booming with the product. StockX offers the black outer-layered colorway for as low as $175 though prices do range up to $700 for more coveted sizes. The cream iteration with black tongue resells for $200 up to $499 from the site.
The sneakers retailed originally for $110 as part of the Fear of God Essentials line, pairing together mixed panels of black and cream uppers. Introduced first in 2018, these two takes on the classic Chuck 70 include bright white elongated laces designed to wrap around the shoe in addition to Fear of God branding on the heel replacing the typical Converse logo. Accompanied by a third tan colorway, the trio of Fear of God Essentials x Converse Chuck 70 styles released first on March 26 at Pacsun.com and at select retailers like as Sneakersnstuff.
Jerry Lorenzo of Fear of God’s partnership with Converse originated in 2018 and centered on the classic Chuck 70 that was released exclusively at PacSun for the Fear of God Essentials line. The designer has also collaborated with Nike, Converse’s parent company, on a selection of styles that quickly sell out after every release as well.
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