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Fear Of God Essentials And Converse Deliver A Multicolored High-Top Collaboration

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As Jerry Lorenzo‘s mainline and ESSENTIALS collections continue to expand, so, too, has the designer’s collaborative output: both Nike and Converse providing their own staples for re-design. And now, the latter brand, which recently teamed up with the Fear of God brand for a pack of Chuck 70s, looks to be heading in a different direction with their partnership as an ostensibly brand new silhouette has just been revealed.

Leaked by way of insiders, the model is displayed in near entirety. Soles, which deliver a shape far sleeker and smoother relative to the Chuck Taylor, cup the entire upper whose canvas construction resembles the Fear of God 101 sneaker in its general aesthetic. Both Converse and ESSENTIALS stamps mark the heel in matching neutrals, left minimal so as not too steal spotlight from the loud, retro-inspired patterns above. Hits of light blue, red, purple, and green shape a graphic replete of shapes big and small, all hued atop the forward panel, ribbed collar, and extended tongue.

Grab a detailed look at these right here and sit tight for more info regarding its upcoming release.

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Photos: @spicychickenwings