Converse’s Spring models arrive in a “barely rose” Chuck Taylor All Star ’70 Hi and a black and white One Star Low. The Chuck Taylor All-Star ’70 Hi boasts a canvas upper in a light rose color that sits on a midsole which has a red, white, and blue stripe through the midsole. Black suede makes up the upper of the One Star low with a white leather Chevron logo and white contrast stitching for added nuance. White leather softens the interior for added comfort.

Both styles are available now in-store at our Jersey City location and online at

Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star ’70 Hi “Heritage Court” – Barely Rose ($85)

Converse One Star Low – Black/White ($75)

Sneakersnstuff x Converse One Star ($110)

Sneakersnstuff emerged in 1999 in Sweden as a go-to boutique for sneaker collectors, and Converse tapped the shop (which has expanded to other countries, including the US with a new NYC space) for a One Star model that mixes materials and camo patterns. Suede and smooth leather mix on the uppers of this low-top model–one in a classic “canteen” pattern. Branding for the boutique appears in faint text on the midsole and on the co-branded footbed.

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The timeless styling of the Converse Chuck Taylor and One Star Ox hit the shelves in time for Spring. Lightweight reverse French terry makes up the upper of the vintage-inspired All-Star ’70 Hi with metal eyelets and contrasted only by a black midsole tab. Two low top One Star Ox options are also available in hairy suede–one in light orchid pink and another in baby blue–resembling the colorways recently released in the Tyler the Creator Golf le Fleur collaborative models.

Available now in-store at both Packer locations and online at

Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star ’70 Hi – Egret ($90)

Converse One Star Ox – Light Orchid/White/Black ($85)

Converse One Star Ox – Blue Chill/White/Black ($85)

Converse Chuck Taylor All-Stars never go out of style, and two high top ’70 versions hit the shelves in seasonally-appropriate colorways. One opts for a taupe upper over a white sole with black foxing.  An olive model is also available over the same sole, and both are finished with brown outsoles, completing the vintage look.

Available now in-store at both Packer locations and online at

Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star ’70 – Saddle/Black/Egret ($85)

Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star ’70 – Herbal/Black/Egret ($85)

Edison Chen and Kevin Poon’s CLOT label links up with Converse to inject some hiking-inspired details to the Fastbreak, a 1983 basketball sneaker. Adding metal eyelets and rope hiking laces, smooth leather and suede accent the thick textile uppers in two colorways which feature the Chevron Star logo and co-branded logos on the heels and sock liners.  Each colorway calls to mind vintage trail wear: one earth-toned colorway uses tan, baby blue, and navy while the other opts for royal blue, red, and brown.

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CLOT x Converse Fastbreak Mid – Beige/Blue ($120)

CLOT x Converse Fastbreak Mid – Brown/Purple ($120)

Italy’s Slam Jam links with Converse and visual artist Cali Thornhill DeWitt for a duo of Chuck ’70 Hikers, one in black and another with an olive and light green colorblocking. Mesh and canvas collide on the upper with a Gore-Tex lining with a “Silence Gets You Nothing” message on the liner to complete the collaborative detailing.

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Cali DeWitt x Slam Jam x Converse Chuck 70 Hiker – Olive ($150)

Cali DeWitt x Slam Jam x Converse Chuck 70 Hiker – Black ($150)


CLOT x Converse First String One Star – Black/Blanc de Blanc ($110)

Continuing with successful collaborations with elite boutiques and brands worldwide, the Converse First String line delivers another One Star model, this time with Edison Chen’s CLOT brand from China. Using simple black and white hairy suede, this colorway draws on the tranquility derived from meditation. Tai Chi symbols and sayings appear on the midsole, as black and white play off of each other on the upper. Furthering the theme, the box lid includes diagrams of Tai Chi movements, and the footbed includes black and white symbols.

Available tomorrow at noon EST in very limited quantities in-store only at our Jersey City location.

Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star ’70 Hi VNTG – Midnight Navy ($85)

It’s hard to get more classic than the Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star, and this ’70 Vintage rendition high top takes its cues from vintage models while updating the tech. Using 14 oz. navy canvas for the upper and a higher midsole, the model also grafts in an Ortholite footbed for increased cushioning.

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