CONVERSE Collaborates With SOUNDGARDEN To Release Limited-Edition Sneaker
Converse has announced a limited-edition, exclusive collaboration with legendary alternative band SOUNDGARDEN in celebration of the band's highly anticipated new album, "King Animal", available on November 13. The limited-edition Soundgarden Chuck Taylor All Star sneaker will be available exclusively at Converse's Santa Monica store at Third Street Promenade and at www.converse.com and will coincide with the band's first release in over 15 years.
Converse's limited edition Soundgarden Chuck Taylor All Star sneaker features album artwork from "King Animal" on a monochromatic black sneaker. The new SOUNDGARDEN logo is also highlighted in white on the heel.
The Soundgarden Chuck Taylor All Star sneaker is limited to only 60 pairs and will be available in unisex whole sizes 6-13. Suggested Retail Price: $65
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