Not immune to the trends of hybrids, one of Converse’s biggest releases forth coming for the 100th Anniversary of the brand is the mash-up two of it’s perennial stars, the Weapon and the All Star. In some ways you can consider the All Star Weapon Leather a much slimmer version of the original Weapon, as it maintains relatively the same style of upper. Other releases include the All Star G&S originally issued at the 1960 Olympics and the WC, another Olympic release back in 1936.

Despite the long and storied history of the Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star Hi, Converse has still managed to be reinvent the shoe. This latest design incorporates a velcro ankle strap. The days of wearing All-Stars as actual performance sneakers have long passed rendering this strap a mere aesthetic addition. Available in three different colors, black, red and green. Available now at Flauge.

Converse continues their newest trend of honoring legendary music artists, and now Pink Floyd, an English Rock band, is getting their own colorway of the Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars. Featuring a black upper with the cover art from Pink Floyd’s “The Dark Side of The Moon” album running across the sneaker from front to rear, this pair yields an overall clean and simple look. To contrast with this simplicity, Converse has added a white heartbeat graphic on the midsole. The Pink Floyd x Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars are set to hit certain retailers in South East Asia in the upcoming weeks.

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