The partnership between Converse and KITH goes way back in time, 10 years to be discrete. And to celebrate their decade together, the duo has put together two insignia-heavy iterations of the highly cherished Chuck 70.
Covered in both black and white, is nothing but a logomania, having the KITH name in all sorts of fonts and styles. These very likely reference the streetwear icon’s many past collections and partnerships, serving as a readable history of the years gone. And though the graphics’ hue and canvas backdrop can change depending on the colorway, the ecru sole, overlaid tabs, and co-branded do not.
Grab a look at the pairs below while you await further details.
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