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Stüssy’s Converse Chuck 70 “Fossil” Releases On March 30

Stüssy’s Converse Chuck 70 “Fossil” Releases On March 30

Stüssy and Converse aren’t strangers to one another. To welcome spring, both institutions have teamed up once again for a “Fossil” take on the Chuck 70.

A departure from the bright pink and bold green of past styles, the unreleased pair will release on March 30 alongside a restock of the partnership’s “Black” Chuck 70. The off white offering keeps on-theme with some of Stüssy’s most popular footwear projects of the last few years. Canvas uppers opt for a tonal look, with contrast arriving in the form of metal eyelets and interlocking “S” logos made of pearls on the lateral side. Much of the sole unit keeps a “Fossil” finish as well, but stripe detailing throughout the midsole delivers “Black” contrast to the clean Converse sneaker. A classic brown outsole rounds out the co-branded project.

Enjoy official photos of the pairs below, and head over to converse.com on March 30 secure your size for $110 USD.

For more from the NIKE, Inc. family, check out the Air Max 1 “Big Bubble” launching on March 26.

WHERE TO BUY

Stussy x Converse Chuck 70 High

SKU: A02051C
RETAIL PRICE: $110
RELEASE DATE: Mar 30, 2023

US 03/30/2023 Thursday

Retailer Release type Status
Nike SNKRS US Standard Check Site
Converse US Standard Check Site

Stussy Converse Chuck 70 Fossil A02051c 4

Stussy Converse Chuck 70 Fossil A02051c 3

Stussy Converse Chuck 70 Fossil A02051c 6

Stussy Converse Chuck 70 Fossil A02051c 7

Stussy Converse Chuck 70 Fossil A02051c 5

Stussy Converse Chuck 70 Fossil A02051c 2

Stussy Converse Chuck 70 Fossil A02051c 9

Stussy Converse Chuck 70 Fossil A02051c 8

Photos via Converse

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