The Clash x Converse Chuck Taylor – Spring 2010

October 24, 2009 BY / 0

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While they may have ‘borrowed’ an idea for album art from the single most significant musical artist of the modern era in Elvis Presley, it was The Clash who were ‘the only band that matter[ed]’.  The band’s sprawling 1979 triple-LP ‘London Calling’ is considered their finest work and the cover’s signature pink and green lettering is reproduced on the soles of these Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Highs.  In addition to this white leather pair, there’s one in black and another in olive green with button embellishments with a Combat Rock vibe.  The latest answer to your Joe Strummer-related needs, these should hit retail shelves next spring.  via HS

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