Converse x Off-White 2.0 Sneaker Release Date Pushed Back
In a rare turn of events, Converse has just announced that the hotly anticipated Off-White x Converse Chuck 70 2.0 restock has been officially cancelled again until further notice. This isn’t the first time this has happened either – in 2016, and in March 2021 the release of the previous iteration of the highly sought-after sneaker was similarly postponed indefinitely.
Off-White, a brand originally meant to drop as part of the One Star’s “All Star Line Up,” in which they were supposed to team up with a multitude of collaborators, was by far the most hyped addition. The streetwear titan is known for its attention to detail and innovative design. Off-White’s aim is to create clothes that are not only desirable but also functional for people’s lifestyles.
In a collaboration with One Star, COMME des GARÇONS, Kim Jones, Tyler, the Creator, Chinatown Market, Telfar, Bandulu, Natasha Cloud, Draymond Green and Alexis Sablone came together to make the “All Star Line-Up” that was supposed to be part of One Star’s offerings. The hype was all about Off White’s addition to this group until it became clear that Virgil Abloh would not be able to deliver his collection for this project.
Off-White is a luxury fashion house designed by Virgil Abloh. The brand is best known for its modern deconstructionist take on streetwear, which has seen it become one of the most hyped labels in the world. Off-White’s original line was supposed to come out in 2016 with a collaboration with brands including COMME des GARÇONS, Kim Jones, Tyler, the Creator, Chinatown Market, Telfar, Bandulu, Natasha Cloud, Draymond Green, and Alexis Sablone.
The Chuck 70 2.0 is a modern take on the iconic 1970 original, but it has a couple of signature Off-White x Nike deconstructed elements that give it a special edge. From a bold orange zipper tag to a medial side text that reads “Stripe,” this pair has got some attention-grabbing details that have made them a must-have for any self-respecting sneakerhead.
There’s no word yet on if or when the long-awaited Off-White x Converse Chuck 70 Stripe will make a comeback, but one thing that’s for sure is that you’ll hear it here first. You won’t want to miss out on any of the amazing sneaker collaborations and limited edition releases that we’ll be dropping soon!