Converse x Reigning Champ

Converse X Reigning Champ Navy

Using its heavyweight terry, jersey fabric, Canada based lifestyle-inspired brand Reigning Champ adds its premium twist to a classic Chuck Taylor in this brand new collaboration with our First String team.

“We used vintage-inspired fabrics designed to pay homage to the same era in sportswear when the Chuck Taylor hit the hardwoods,” says Kenta Goto, Reigning Champ Head Designer. “The iconic shoe has maintained its stature through generations of design and innovation so we wanted to honor its heritage by subtly adding Reigning Champ elements to create a new classic.”

Available in heather grey or navy, the Converse X Reigning Champ sneakers will be available early July 2012 at Converse First String Retailers globally.

Converse X Reigning Champ Navy

Converse X Reigning Champ Navy

Converse X Reigning Champ Navy

Converse X Reigning Champ Navy

Converse X Reigning Champ Navy

Converse X Reigning Champ Navy

Converse X Reigning Champ Navy

Converse X Reigning Champ Navy

Posted on: 24 Jan 2013

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