There’s a lot more to Converse than the iconic All-Star, and the American fashion/style institution is hitting multiple corners in the sport and lifestyle category. While Chuck Taylors continue to maintain their place on the mantle of all-time classics on a global level, there’s a wide array of product surrounding that glowing centerpiece that make up for an entire season of footwear.
Converse has made significant moves in garnering organic appeal, thrusting the One Star to the forefront through clever collaborations with the right partners. Meanwhile the world’s top athletes have joined the movement on both the skateboarding and basketball front. Finally, Converse is delivering some ground-breaking special projects in the high-fashion world, working with legends like Rick Owens and fresher faces in Samuel Ross.
Urlfreeze News was invited to preview a glimpse of what the brand is offering in Spring 2024, with footwear ranging across a number of categories. The Weapon will see its first inline offering since the early 2010s, Alexis Sablone’s forgery shoe will see more colorway, and the All-Star BB Trilliant CX looks to get more playing time on the hardwood. There’s plenty to review — so let’s begin.
After a collaboration with Undefeated, Converse will be ready to re-introduce inline styles of the Weapon to the market for the first time since the early 2010s. Expect the Hi and Lo to be available early next year.
On the basketball side of things, Converse will be focusing on the All-Star BB Trilliant CX. It’ll be delivered in a diverse number of styles, including a “What The” multi-colored theme, a “3D glasses” version, and simpler black edition.
On the skate side, Converse reveals upcoming styles of Alexis Sablone’s AS-1 Pro, the Louis Lopez Pro, and the CONS Fastbreak.
As one of the more popular lifestyle options on the market, the One Star is back with golden star logos and tonal suedes in primary colors.