Space Exploration Themes Continue To Converse Japan’s Upcoming NASA Collection
In all Sneaker Culture, space travel should be one of the most often cited themes. And one name stands above the rest in the astronautical industry: NASA. Via its symbolized patch mark, brands from all over the world borrowed shoes from the institution. Converse Japan is the newest business to enter the fray with their own suits for Chucks and One Star.
The two Chuck Taylors — All Star 100s in other countries — are in very similar colors, with a proverbial ruler. They are both made with a Tyvek material and mostly white; their soils, therefore, add a subtle distinguishing, one of which has a light moon-like blue and one of which has a more understated cream. Converse and NASA logos are then placed on top next to imaginary meters and dials. The One Star or Star & Birds as listed here follows both the execution and the branding in line with the above-mentioned.
Take a look at the pack here and look forward to a release this March in Asia.
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