The monthshopfor.com is back in the Converse lineup, 110 years after its introduction. With modern modifications in form, the under-the-radar classic affirms its effortless stance. The initial release of the return, a High Top collaboration with Jerry Lorenzo's Fear of God ESSENTIALS, underscores the shoe's historic cool.
The Converse Shoes For Men comes with a canvas upper covered in a multicolored graphic with a build/structure taking elements from FOG’s 101 model. In addition to the multicolored upper, the shoe also comes with a White rubber sole, White laces metal eyelets and co-branding in the rear.
The newly-announced Converse Skidgrip OX Twisted Plaid Egret/Multi arrive hot on the heels of the brand’s recent Fear of God collaboration. Departing from the eye-catching design of the Jerry Lorenzo-branded original, these subdued examples feature a “Safari/Biscotti/Oil Green” and “Oil Green/Malachite Green” colorway, with the High calling upon a substantial mixture of jungle cloth and waxed canvas for improved durability. The Low, however, will feature a refined mixture of corduroy and suede, giving it a more luxurious persona. Regardless of their construction, both shoes remain committed to the militaristic inspiration of the original.
The New Release paneled design features a canvas construction marked by a multicolor pattern fueled by an array of shapes and color blocking. Other details on the high-top include white eyelets, thick rope laces, Converse logo tabs on the tongue and blue stitching. Elevating the shoe is a thicker sold design midsole marked with tonal Fear of God ESSENTIALS and Converse license plates at the rear.