Converse’s Chuck Taylor is constantly taking on new styles and colorways, with shortage of demand from fans of the legendary silhouette. This week, the classic sneaker surfaced with a faded suede upper and patchwork detailing, available early overseas.

The Converse Chuck Taylor is inarguably one of the important sneakers of all time. Revolutionary at the time for its innovative canvas upper and cupsole, the silhouette bolstered its reputation by also being one of the first athlete signature models. Now, the Chuck Taylor is widely accepted as a fashion statement, with cosigns from nearly every celebrity or subculture in the world. This makes it fairly easy for Converse to create new colorways that find their fans, like this week’s release of the Chuck 70 Hi Faded, which swaps the usual canvas upper out for a faded forest green suded. To add a bit of flair, the mudguards and collars feature patchwork pieces in purple and yellow, each featuring a simplified paisley pattern for a repaired look.


Converse’s latest ireation of their classic Chuck Taylor 70 has not yet been officially releaed by the brand, though they are available now in select sizes from Warsaw Sneaker Store, retailing for approximately $115. This faded suede colorway is expected to receive a stateside release in the coming weeks, so stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for further updates.

Converse Chuck Taylor 70 Hi Faded
Release Date: Available Now
Prioce: $115
Color: Green/Violet/Yellow
Style Code: 166853C