The FOG x Converse Chuck 70 Just Restocked — Here’s How to Still Get a Pair
Sneakerheads got an unexpected surprise today when Converse wonderfully restocked its must-have Fear of God Essentials x Chuck 70 collaboration.
The sneakers became available once again on Converse’s website, months after they last restocked in May. The sneakers, which initially sold out within hours in March, already sold out in the black iteration and the gray shade; luckily for you, the ivory and black colorway is still available in select sizes at Converse.com for $110.
If they were fast enough, fans were able to shop the styles again back in May months after their initial drop. That restock sold out in all three colorways within minutes as well.
Though the styles have since sold out, the resale market is booming with the product. StockX offers the black outer-layered colorway for as low as $175 though prices do range up to $700 for more coveted sizes. The cream iteration with black tongue resells for $200 up to $499 from the site.
The sneakers retailed originally for $110 as part of the Fear of God Essentials line, pairing together mixed panels of black and cream uppers. Introduced first in 2018, these two takes on the classic Chuck 70 include bright white elongated laces designed to wrap around the shoe in addition to Fear of God branding on the heel replacing the typical Converse logo. Accompanied by a third tan colorway, the trio of Fear of God Essentials x Converse Chuck 70 styles released first on March 26 at Pacsun.com and at select retailers like as Sneakersnstuff.
Jerry Lorenzo of Fear of God’s partnership with Converse originated in 2018 and centered on the classic Chuck 70 that was released exclusively at PacSun for the Fear of God Essentials line. The designer has also collaborated with Nike, Converse’s parent company, on a selection of styles that quickly sell out after every release as well.
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Fear of God x Converse Chuck 70 Hi String
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The Fear of God x Converse Chuck 70 Hi String is the third colourway of Jerry Lorenzo’s collaborative edition of the classic silhouette to launch. As part of his Fear of God ESSENTIALS sub-brand, the minimalistic designer adds his signature touch to the Chuck 70 through a natural-hued colour palette and subtle detailing.
While the majority of the model’s classic design remains unchanged, a few specific features such as a lace loop at the rear in order to wear the pair with the laces tied around the back, and ESSENTIALS branding on the rubber heel tabs make these a stand-out release.
Underfoot, a white midsole is accentuated with a black stripe in typical Converse fashion, while Nike’s Zoom technology is incorporated into the insole to offer optimal comfort even when worn over extended periods of time. Converse’s signature star logo remains in place on the medial side of each shoe for a classic look.
The Fear of God ESSENTIALS x Converse Chuck 70 Hi String is available now via selected retailers, and is a sure fire pair to add to anyone's daily rotation for a well-rounded and versatile option. Make sure to stay locked into The Sole Supplier and follow our list of approved stores above only!
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The Converse Skidgrip Returns, with a Little Help from Jerry Lorenzo
August 20, 2020
The Skidgrip 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 story of the Skidgrip begins in 1910, with the debut of the Converse Circular Vamp Oxford (CVO). In its various incarnations, the CVO hit tennis and basketball courts, as well as boat and skate decks. In fact, the name "Skidgrip" came in the early 1960s, as reference to no-slip soles designed for boating. Two decades later, the shoe became a conduit for the SoCal-flavor of an emergent interlaced BMX, skate and surf scene.
A Brief History of the Converse Skidgrip
Lorenzo became acquainted with the shoe after moving from California to South Florida in the late ’80s. “I found the Skidgrip in the mall and it became my favorite shoe from that summer,” says Lorenzo.
The 1987 High Top version of the Skidgrip, known commercially as the Con-Rad, was pure ’80s pop. It carried bold prints (Red Pacific and Bright Primitive) and bottled an unmistakable youthful energy.
“In South Florida and California kids surf and skate; those cultures naturally blended,” says Lorenzo. “Even though I wasn't a skater or a surfer, mixing in pieces from those cultures allowed me to move through different segments of friends.”
Part of what made his late ’80s pair special was the proprietary prints (a collaborative effort with California-based JAMS). Another integral component for Lorenzo was the elegance of the shape. Rediscovering a vintage pair of Skidgrips in Tokyo a few years ago, he says, “all the emotions came rushing back.”
“We picked the Skidgrip because it was a shoe that I loved when I was younger.”Jerry Lorenzo
Emotion is the core of the Skidgrip's return. The detailing, a combined effort between Converse and Lorenzo, serves to add a new chapter to the Skidgrip's nonchalant legacy. The tooling is studiously recrafted — complete with a sleek, 30-degree slope along the midsole from heel to toe.
“The sole is the biggest takeaway when you look at the sneaker,” says Lorenzo. “It feels very much like our main line, the Fear of God 101, and gives it the same feeling looking down as looking down at the Skidgrip in the late ’80s.”
The assured stance allows the upper to shine afresh, with a more contemporary height and sleeker shape. Lorenzo's take, co-branded between Converse and FOG ESSENTIALS, reprises those ’87 graphics, and with it an unmistakable pop that brings energy to any essential outfit.
“Everything we've tried to do starts from a place of honesty. We picked the Skidgrip because it was a shoe that I loved when I was younger. Our aim in bringing back a silhouette that has been perhaps overlooked is to bring it a fresh relevance,” says Lorenzo.
The Converse x Fear of God ESSENTIALS Skidgrip releases August 27. Additional inline versions of the Skidgrip arrive in September.
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