Benefits and Mini (P.A.M.) has collaborated with Converse to place a new spin on the Chuck 70.
For the future venture, P.A.M. wished to make a pair of the significant-major that mutates. The consequence is a sneaker with two uppers—one of which can be zipped off and taken out. The bottom layer is a purple canvas slip-on version of the Chuck 70. The zip layer is constructed of purple PrimaLoft, a thermal materials popular in the ’80s. The quilted part also options the usual eyelet technique to deliver a more traditional glance. Supplemental information involve “Mutation” and “P.A.M” embroidered on the canvas layer, twin branded tongue tags, and recognizable Chuck Taylor logos on the lateral side panel.
“Mutation is about evolution and the notion of what’s to arrive, what the future could be. It is not a rigid or singular way of thinking. It is an openness. We must adapt,” explained Benefits and Mini designers Misha Hollenbach and Shauna Toohey in an official press release.
Matching apparel will also be up for grabs like a PrimaLoft bomber jacket, hoodies, T-shirts, and a lot more. The P.A.M. x Converse selection releases on Saturday, Jan. 19 by means of converse.com, perksandmini.com, and other choose merchants.