Converse Teams Up With LA Brand Come Tees

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LA-based brand Come Tees starts off the year strong teaming up with historical sneaker company Converse bringing us a Chuck 70 High silhouette.

Converse gives us some interesting details about this collaboration, this collection will highlight Somebreuil’s hand-drawn and graffiti Esque artwork that features all-over prints. Both shoes in the pair feature handprints on the tongues. The pair also includes “Come Tees” and “Realms and Realities” on the heel strips, a custom Come Tee license plate on the left heel, an orange Chuck Patch, and graphic outsoles with a crack in the center.

Rounding out the pair is an unvarnished foxing tape with red and blue pinstripes, which is “a nod to the original basketball icon, part of Come Tees’ penchant for honoring an object’s pure form,” and to make sure the pair pops, the graphics have been powder-printed to ensure a strong color and texture.

The apparel range follows a similar theme, sporting digitalized prints in Come Tee’s typical graffiti style alongside embroidered Converse branding. Take a look at the collaborative effort above, and shop the collection on from February 17. The collection will be priced at $50 USD to $110 USD.

Check out the images below at the detailed collaboration, get ready for this highly anticipated drop!

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