There's light and dark, day and night, good and evil, yin and yang. Converse channel their interconnected and counterbalancing Chinese philosophy within their latest 1970's Chuck Taylors. Take your pick of White or Lilac colourways all wrapped up in the ever-loved canvas high-top silhouette. The yin and yang laces and all star embellishments finish off both colourways.Read More
4/12/2019 2:50 PM
3/11/2019 2:11 PM
Converse introduce their latest Chuck Taylor 1970's with their Archival Pattern Collection. Utilising the unearthed patterns and prints from the previously seen Brain Dead collaboration, Converse have taken the individual mispatched panels to give us a series of Chuck Taylors.
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1/30/2019 5:36 PM
After an exciting exploration of the polar landscape, lifestyle brand CLOT has teamed up with Converse on two classic styles, reinvented with cozy, cool arctic elements.
Established in 2003 by Edison Chen and Kevin Poon, CLOT uniquely bridges the gap between street culture in the east and west. This latest Converse x CLOT collection is the continuation of a story that begin in 2017 with two colorways of the Fastbreak Hiker. On a bold expedition to the North Pole, CLOT found inspiration for new Chuck 70 and Jack Purcell designs, with sherpa materials like faux fur and chic neutral colors influenced by the look of polar bears. It’s a collection designed to brave the cold in style.
Chuck 70 will be available in sizes US6 through to US12 (whole sizes only) for $160AUD.
Jack Purcell will be available in sizes US6 through to US12 (whole sizes only) for $150AUD.
We’ll see you all on the 2nd of February for the release…Read More
11/13/2018 9:18 AM
Converse and Tyler the Creator continue their collaborative Golf Le Fleur efforts with the ‘All Neutral’ collection.
Pairing off natural canvas and burlap against classic Converse silhouettes, Tyler has revamped the Chuck Taylor and One Star models, complete with collaborative branding and flowered motifs. The Chuck Taylor 1970 gets offered in a natural canvas as well as a burlap variation with ‘Golf Le Fleur’ adorned print across the silhouette, and pin striping around the foxxing. The One Star comes wrapped in natural burlap mixing in suede accents for the floral one star.
The collection also brings two Anoraks with half zip, front pocket, and pouch pockets for your hands. Not forgetting the Golf Le Fleur print on the back as well as flower chest print. The Anoraks will be available in an off-white, and burlap colourways.
Pairs will release in store from 11am this coming Thursday the 15th of November at our @lowergroundsstore Basement 15 McKillop Street.
All 3 silhouettes will be available in men’s sizes US5 through to US12 (whole sizes only) for $160AUD
Both Anoraks will be available in sizes S through to XL for $180AUD
Until Thursday, continue after the jump for all of the finer details...Read More
10/24/2018 5:05 PM
Converse and Brain Dead come together on a capsule collection bringing Brain Dead's signature graphic designs and bold prints together with an archive of patterns mashed up atop the 1970's Chuck Taylor.
Converse’s first graphic pattern was introduced in 1983, a camouflage print applied to the Chuck Taylor All Star. Glow-in-the-dark animal prints followed in 1988, and a patriotic American Flag print in 1992. Brain Dead have taken to these archives mixing and matching them against the 1970's silhouette. These prints were mashed together to create a bold and energizing graphic statement that connects to designer Kyle Ng’s vision that his brand 'Is Not One Person, Nor Is It One Idea'.
The collection, anchored in Converse graphic prints, is interpreted across footwear, apparel and accessories, which are stylized as if they were a mix of fabrics and prints seen scattered on a factory floor. Each pair features asymmetrical screen printing on the upper and text detail on foxing tape that reads: ͞To see and be seen as far as the eye can see. Who Controls the Control Men.
Alongside the 1970's Chuck Taylor, sits a long sleeve and short sleeve duo of graphic tees.
The collection will release this coming Friday the 26th of October. Releasing from 11am at our Lower Grounds Basement 15 McKillop Street store. Remaining pairs will be available online later the same day.
The Chuck Taylor will be available in sizes US7 through to US12 (whole sizes only) for $140AUD.
Short sleeve tees will be $60AUD, and long sleeve tees $70AUD in sizes S to XL.
Until Friday, head on over after the jump for all of the finer details of the release...Read More
10/5/2018 12:53 PM
Converse have come together yet again with JW Anderson. Taking to the iconic 1970’s Chuck Taylor with a series of felted wool. The latest collaboration re-imagine three colourways of the Chuck Taylor with a tonal khaki, sitting aside a bold tri-colour fuchsia, sky blue, and fluorescent green, and another tri-coloured black, khaki, and fluorescent orange to round it out.
All three pairs feature a raw felted upper with laser cut detailing and fusing to reveal all of the finite detailing of the 70’s silhouette.
As an added bonus, a navy pair of the canvas monogram Chuck Taylor will release alongside the trio.
Pairs will release in-store from 11am this coming Thursday the 11th of October, with any remaining pairs releasing online later the same day.
The felted wool will be available in sizes US5 through to US12 (whole sizes only) for $160AUD.
The canvas monogram will be available in sizes US5 through to US12 (whole sizes only) for $160AUD.
Until Thursday, we’ll leave you with all of the finer details after the jump…Read More
7/18/2018 9:16 AM
Converse and JW Anderson have come together to collaborate on the iconic Chuck Taylor 1970 silhouette. The collaboration fuses JW Anderson’s signature monogram in a repeated grid against the 14oz heavy duty canvas of the 70’s Chuck Taylor.
This season three colourways will grace our shelves with Black, Flame, and White available in store and online tomorrow Thursday the 19th of July.
Men’s sizes US4 through to US12 (whole sizes only) will be available for $140.
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6/12/2018 4:11 PM
Ever wondered what the inside of a Chuck Taylor and One Star look like? Well wonder no more! Converse’s latest collaborative team up with Shane Gonzalez’ Midnight Studios reconstructs the two iconic silhouettes from the outside in.
Both silhouettes feature their natural canvas lining on the outside with black canvas and branding all in their appropriate places only inside each pair. The natural canvas is accented with black detailing from the stitching through to the cobranded printing throughout the laces and inner soles. Finally each pair is finished off with their signature 1970’s and One Star Vintage sole units.
Until then head on over after the jump for all of the finer details of this collaborative release!Read More
5/7/2018 1:49 PM
Converse continue to deliver classic colourways of their coveted 1970’s Chuck Taylors. This time around, they’ve given us both Dark Burgundy, and Obsidian offerings. Both pairs feature heavy-duty canvas complete with natural canvas lining before heading down to a higher foxxed sole unit and upgraded inner footbed inside. Which of these two classics will you be adding to your footwear rotation?
Both colourways are now available both in store and online alongside the rest of Converse’s seasonal selections.
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4/19/2018 9:41 AM
The ever-classic Chuck Taylor returns for the season with the 1970’s Heritage variations adorning both Aegean Storm, and Barely Rose colourways. The high-cut silhouettes feature all of the finite detailing we’ve come to expect from the 1970’s ranges with upgraded inner soles, premium duck canvas uppers, and higher foxed midsoles.
Which of these wardrobe staples will you be adding to your wardrobe rotations? Both colourways are now available in store and online alongside the rest of this season’s selections from Converse.Read More