This week, a new pair of simple black Converse surfaced online, hiding an exciting collaboration within its minimal branding. Constructed from plain canvas, the Stüssy Chuck Taylor All-Star is coming soon.

Stüssy’s collaborative footwear has been on fire as of late, pushing out incredible projects with brands from Nike to Birkenstock. This week, we got our first look at an exciting new team up, which sees the LA-based brand keeping things within the Nike family, and working with Converse to release a Stüssy-branded Chuck Taylor All-Star. While details regarding this release are still up in the air, the early images give us enough details to get excited for the release. The silhouette begins with a black canvas upper from heel to toe, adding a white midsole, laces, and inner lining for a classic look. The lateral ankles of the shoes feature Stüssy’s crooked star logo, while the Converse All-Star patch has been relocated to the inside of the shoe. More Stüssy branding can be found around the shoe on the heels and tongues. 

STÜSSY X CONVERSE CHUCK TAYLOR ALL-STAR RELEASE INFORMATION 

The upcoming Chuck Taylor All-Star from Stüssy and Converse has not been announced for release, though they will likely land on shelves sometime in Spring or Summer 2022. Dressed in black canvas, the simple collaboration will likely be available from Stüssy’s website first, with a wider release in the following weeks. Check out the early images below for a better look at the star-clad Cons, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Converse release news. 

UPDATE 8/24/22: Stussy’s Converse project has been set for a re-release next week, dropping the Chuck Taylor All-Star via the Nike SNKRS app on September 1st, 2022. A full size run will be available, retaining the original retail price of $110. 

UPDATE 6/6/22: Stüssy has announced the release of their upcoming Converse Chuck Taylor collaboration, slated for later this week on June 10th, 2022. The simple black and white color scheme will be available directly from the California brand’s website, with a wider release likely to follow. Currently, no pricing information has been made available. 

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