For over a century, Converse has been making waves in everyone's sneaker collections. Home to some of the most iconic footwear silhouettes of all time, the American brand has been adopted by numerous subcultures and the subject of countless trends. Over the past one hundred years, Converse has partnered up with a multitude of industry-leading brands for various collaborations, so with that said, here are ten ULTRA EXCLUSIVE Converse collabs that are still available to cop right now!
The brainchild of Tyler, the Creator and Converse, the Converse x GOLF le FLEUR* One Star Low Top is the latest sneaker to drop from the highly coveted GOLF le FLEUR* collection. Featuring a spring-ready two-tone design, shades of blue, black, and egret make up the iconic One Star. Visible stitching creates a deconstructed look, while a clean Converse midsole rounds off the classic design.
Fashion and craftsmanship collide at the core of everything Jonathan Anderson does, and this ethos is shown perfectly on the brand new Converse x JW Anderson Felt Chuck 70 High Top. Crafted from heel to toe in soft felt, the shoe brings fresh functionality to a new space. Subtle Converse branding hits the lateral side for a look that fuses classic design with contemporary values.
For its latest range, Converse has unleashed the Converse Chuck 70 Pony Hair High Top and it is a definite must cop. Revamping the iconic silhouette for the modern era, this Chuck is adorned with a woodland camo print across its upper. Dressed in premium pony hair throughout, these shoes are built to stand the test of time. Rounding it all off is the classic Converse logo on the side panels.
You've probably seen the Converse x JW Anderson Chuck 70 Grid being flexed on your Insta feed. Another sneaker make in collaboration with British designer Jonathan Anderson, this shoe is inspired by the friction of clashing ideas, bringing high-end appeal to street-bound style. Mashing up classic brogue shoe detailing, inverted suede, patchwork denim, this is a must cop for any sneaker rotation.
Along with the previously listed one, Tyler, the Creator and Converse also put their heads together for this Converse x GOLF le FLEUR* One Star Low Top. Featuring the same colour blocked aesthetic, blue, black, and egret hues make up the entire upper, while subtle yet sophisticated deconstructed detailing can be seen throughout the silhouette - the perfect amalgamation of classic and contemporary.
The Converse x P.A.M. Chuck 70 Zip Off is unlike anything else on the market. Dressed in a quilted layer, this can be unzipped, revealing a conventional canvas upper that is embroidered with "MUTATION"; and "P.A.M."; branding in white. The perfect shoe for the wet and windy winter nights and the sunny and shining summer days, you need a pair in your daily rotation right now!
With a lateral side doused in an olive green hue and a medial side painted in a bold orange shade, Jonathan Anderson has taken the Converse x JW Anderson Felt Chuck 70 High Top for this exclusive release. Crafted from a luxuriously soft felt, a black midsole, insole, and laces tie the stark contrast together in perfect harmony. "JWA"; branding comes embroidered on the heel and additional detailing makes its way to the inside of the shoe.
Exploring the space between contrasting aesthetics and deconstructed textiles, the Converse x JW Anderson Chuck 70 Grid has been floating around for a while now, but it is still a must cop for sneakerheads out there. Inspired by the friction of clashing ideas, this blue beauty is adorned with "JW Anderson"; in a grid-like fashion, creating a look that flawlessly fuses minimalism and maximalism.
Another sneaker from Converse's premium pony hair line, the Converse Chuck 70 Pony Hair High Top features a unique leopard print across its entire upper. Classic elements like the lateral logo, laces, and midsole make an appearance here, creating a contrasting aesthetic that you have to see to believe. Built to stand the test of time, you need a pair in your collection right now.
Make other sneakerheads green with envy, the Converse x JW Anderson Felt Chuck 70 High Top features an all-green markup that extends beyond the upper and onto the midsole. Crafted from the finest of felts, this brings fresh functionality to a new space. The brainchild of British-based designer Jonathan Anderson, you literally cannot go wrong with a pair of these.