The Converse Chuck 70 has seen many different iterations over the pat few years, mostly in the form of special collaborations and releases. This week, The Boston brand has another new look, the Reconstructed Chuck 70, with plenty to go around.

The Chuck Taylor All-Star 70 has been one of the most popular sneakers in the world new for nearly five decades, surpassing even the lifespan of some other high-profile footwear companies we know and love. In that time, the Chuck has released in nearly every imaginable feature and rebuild, almost always to critical acclaim. Then, last year, a number of Converse’s high-fashion collaboratos delivered out-of-this-world takes on the classic silhouette, breathing some more life into the storied silhouette. Now, this week, the Boston-based brand has unveiled the latest standard release, the Chuck 70 Hi Reconstructed. Essentially, this pair is two slightly different coloways stuck together at the midfoot to create a chopped-and-screwed look. Coming in black and white colorways, the shoes feature two different shades of canvas for the upper, with colorful accents like purple and gold for the black pair and black and gold for the white.


Converse’s new Reconstructed Chuck 70 Hi launched quietly earlier this week, on March 21st, 2020, in both of the initial black and white colorways. The mismsatched versions launched from retailers like SSENSE over the weekend, along with a price tag of just $85. Check out the official images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Converse release news.