Another Jordan x Converse Collaboration Is In The Works
Jordan Brand and Converse are more intertwined than most casual observers would think: they’re both under the greater Nike umbrella, and they both have a history—one more obvious than the other—with one Michael Jeffrey Jordan. Jordan wore Converse during his collegiate days at the University Of North Carolina, so the two brands teamed up last year for a two-shoe pack consisting of an Air Jordan 2 and a Converse Fastbreak Mid, the shoe Jordan wore during the 1984 Olympics.
After rumors earlier this year of collaborative Air Jordan 1s and Air Jordan 11s, it appears as if the Jumpman and the brand with the Chevron will indeed joining forces again. Images of two different co-branded boxes have surfaced, one black and one red, both of which feature a Chuck Taylor on the top with the reflection of a Jordan 11 directly below, while further Jordan and Converse logo hits appear on the front. Owing to the branding, it’s reasonable to assume that the collaboration will consist of one or both iconic sneakers, most likely in two different colorways due to the different colored boxes. Let us know what you think of this interesting collaborative developent, and keep it locked here for further updates as they become available.