This colorway features a number of different hues all around the sneaker, with the lower front appearing in khaki green, the lower rear appearing in lilac, its upper front served in cream, and the upper rear coming in brown. There’s a light pink tongue, and the entire colorway is then served in a contrasting mismatched patchwork on the lateral side.
Converse Japan’s asymmetric Chuck Taylor All Star Hi is treated to a whole host of other details, such as a leather All Star tab on the medial, silver-toned eyelets, a white sole unit and matching toe bumper, a “Converse All Star Chuck Taylor”-branded license plate, and a special Nike React-cushioned sole unit.
This pair retails for ¥9,350 JPY (approx. $89 USD) and can be seen in further detail on Converse Japan’s website now. Take a closer look at the corduroy Chuck Taylor All Star Hi above, and expect sizes to come again sometime soon.
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