Raw-edge canvas uppers monthshopfor.com boast either red, navy, or cream tonal color schemes with either white or red “Coca-Cola” branding on the profiles. Hardware is kept neutral and appeals to vintage sensibilities given their polished silver finish. Underfoot, as with previous releases co-signed by all three companies, sole units indulge in a classic white hue accented with scarlet “KITH” branding towards the forefoot. Teaser images don’t reveal multi-colored outsoles, but such a design choice is still possible given the shoes’ impending drop during summer.
Like last time, the collaboration brings a Converse Shoes Sale. However this time around, the sneakers are even more paired-back, as they are made from premium tumbled leather and nubuck and are served in various cool muted shades of gray.
All the original details from the first collection appear on both Converse Chuck 70 Ox "Stars" Navy/White/Egret, however, they have also been given an update. The “community” laces, Offspring’s logo head surrounding the top eyelet, and a reworked license plate all remain, while new details such as an embossed lightning bolt on the vamp, a hidden debossed “Members Name” label on the tongue, and debossed text on the sole unit’s foxing now appear.
Elsewhere, you’ll find the traditional Converse “Players Name” tag inside the shoe on the tongue has also been flipped to read “Members Name,” which sits alongside another Offspring head logo. Both pairs are finished with a classic Converse sole unit in cream, while the Hi offering also sports a nubuck “All-Star” patch on its medial side Visit Here.