Continuing their collaborative relationship, Converse and Neighborhood share a duo of motorcycling-inspired sneakers.
Returning for a second collaboration, Converse and Shinsuke Takizawa's Neighborhood present their Chuck Taylor 1970s Ox Hi and Jack Purcell Ox sneakers. A monochrome interpretation of two iconic silhouettes, the Japanese streetwear label's signature motorcycling aesthetic imbues an instant twist of esoteric style and counter-culture influence.
Detailed with a protective leather gear shift strap across the toe, the Chuck Taylor is dressed in triple black canvas and leather for an instant hit of motorcycling stylisation. Enamoured with Americana, Takizawa's influential label presents a high-top sneaker that is truly "built for the ride."
Cast in a black and egret combination, the Jack Purcell Ox sneaker further encapsulates the street-ready sensibility that is shared between Converse and Neighborhood. Embellished with printed branding to the midsole in Neighborhood's ubiquitous type, embroidered Kanji to the heels reads "resistance" for an interjection of anti-establishment attitude.
A duo of bold styles full of motorcycling spirit and street-ready attitude, Converse and Neighborhood ensure that they deliver their premium take on two classic sneakers.
The Converse x Neighborhood capsule is available for registration now on END. Launches.
Converse x Neighborhood Chuck Taylor 1970s Ox Hi
Converse x Neighborhood Jack Purcell Ox