With the consumer pressure on sustainability more palpable than ever, Converse is taking the next step to responsibly and consciously think about their production process from beginning to end. Their Renew project shows how the brand is thinking differently, experimenting and innovating to offer an environmentally conscious answer to footwear production.
Following the first Renew Canvas drop back in July, the second instalment to the series sees the release of some very wearable denim Converse Chuck Taylor 70s. Available in a low-top light blue and a high-top darker denim, each pair diverts denim waste from landfill, instead upcycling old jeans to create a brand spanking new pair of Chuck Taylors. The upcycling process also means each style will boast its own unique colouring, adding a touch of welcome individuality to your footwear rotation.
The Converse Renew Chuck Taylor All Star 70 Renew Denim(s) is available online now via the size? website and size? store, priced at £75 (Low Top, Light Blue) and £80 (High Top, Dark Blue).