It’s impossible to keep track of how many times a person can spot Converse shoes and Carhartt workwear during the course of an average day. That’s because these two brands go beyond fashion; they are fixtures in daily, American life.
Last year, their first combined effort produced a utilitarian take on the iconic All Star, which took the classic Chuck form, and bolstered it with heavy-duty workwear textiles. Converse and Carhartt’s second collaborative release sees the All Star’s younger sibling, the One Star transform from casual fixture to military hardware.
In case the tonal olive, black, and white colorways didn’t tip you off, the standard, suede construction of the One Star is swapped out for something much more hard wearing, specifically, Cordua nylon. A bandolier heel stay and d-ring hardware detail complete the rugged makeover. This durable reinterpretation of a fashion fixture is a One Star you’ll be kicking around in for years.
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