Converse has collaborated with Amsterdam's Patta, and the London-based Benji B's Deviation club night to create three shoes celebrating the European club culture and street style that the brands represent.
Featured in this collection are a Converse Chuck '70, One Star, and One Star Classic. The Chuck '70 features a navy blue Casentino wool upper, classic cream rubber toe and midsole, leather lining, and special branding on the insoles, tongue, and outsole. The One Star uses a black Casentino wool, and sports the same detailing as the previous pair, while adding the silhouette's signature One Star logo on the lateral side panels in white.
The final pair of the collab, a One Star Court Classic, is inspired by the color of the Dutch Royal Family. It sports an orange Casentino wool upper, black midsole, equal co-branding, and will be exclusively releasing at Patta locations.
“I think our strength lies in the way both brands evolved and on what we’ve achieved over time,” Patta founder Gee Schmidt said in Nike News' official press release. “Consistency is something I highly regard, and I am absolutely inspired by the way these guys have built and kept their club night relevant through the years.”
The Converse x Patta x Deviation Chuck '70, One Star, and One Star Classic release alongside a matching capsule of apparel on Dec. 21 at converse.com and other select retailers. Each will be priced at $110.