While the Converse model has cemented itself as an iconic sneaker due to its simplicity, recent collaborations expand that notion. With recent partnerships with Chinatown Market and Joshua Vides, Converse continues to deliver new designs to their classic models.

The latest iteration of the Converse Jack Purcell features a multi-patterned design, courtesy of Japanese retailer Billy’s Tokyo. Both brands blend their ideas effortlessly and produce a one-of-a-kind model thats catchy to the eye. While many iterations of the Jack Purcell Converse exist, few have seen the vibrant pattern like the one presented above.

While the Jack Purcell Converse offers simplistic colorways and designs, the latest collaborations strays away from those notions. Composed of a asymmetrical upper, it features leopard print and corduroy in a mix-match offering. One shoe presents a leopard print lateral panel with an overall corduroy upper and the other a simple leopard tongue. Both shoes a dressed in brownish hues toning down the animal pattern. While the upper is composed of a wild design, the model’s sole and toe cap remain untouched blending the two together.


Although the model can be pre-ordered this August 24th exclusively through Billy’s, a wider release is expected on August 30th. Priced at $100 USD this collaboration is both one-of-a-kind and affordable. Continue reading below for a detailed look at the Billy’s Converse Jack Purcell “Blend”. As always, be sure to follow JustFreshKicks for all Converse related news.