Converse and Carhartt go together like peanut butter and jelly. Both classic American brands, this week the two are teaming up on a duo of Chuck 70s inspired by the outdoor brand’s most famous color schemes, available this Friday.

Menswear & streetwear heads might have their hands full this week with the latest footwear collaboration from Converse. Teaming up with Carharrt WIP, the Euro-streetwear division of the American workwear giant, the two have delivered two simple, yet unique takes on the famous Chuck 70 low-top, taking inspiration directly from Carharrt’s most famous patterns and colors. The first pair covers the Chuck’s canvas upper entirely in Carharrt’s signature brown tone, typically seen on anything from painters paints to thick beanies and bandanas. The second borrows the outdoor brand’s signature camouflage pattern, adapting it for an all-over canvas print. Both shoes feature the Carharrt logo on the tongue to complete the look.


The latest project from Carhartt WIP and Converse is scheduled to release this weekend on June 6th, 2019. The two-piece collection of Chuck Taylor 70s will likely be priced just above their standard MSRP, and release from both Carharrt, Converse, and a variety of other retailers. Check out the official images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Converse release news.

Words By Ben Serleth