UNDFTD x Fragment Design x Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star

February 14, 2012 BY

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Upon seeing their most recent revelation, Sneaker News noted that UNDFTD has authored a heckuva lot of Puma Clydes in the last year or so.  Nine packs in ten months is quite a spread by anyone’s standards, but that doesn’t mean that eight in a slightly longer period is anything to scoff at, either.   The latest Five Strikes collab with the One Star brings in a name familiar to Nike Sportswear followers to freshen up one of the all-time greats.  The UNDFTD x fragment design x Converse Chuck Taylor All Star is completely dipped in red save its signature white vulc sole, which means everything from the eyelets to the foxing is Cincinatti’d, including the Chuck’s signature medial ankle patch, in this case a premium leather.  This could’ve been a solid Valentine’s Day drop, but what separates this design from some of the more transient V-Day fare is that a February 24th release doesn’t date these at all.  Undefeated Head of Design KB Lee showed off a few other photos that you can see after the jump; is their monochrome approach to the All Star a hit?

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