ACW* X CONVERSE
CHUCK TAYLOR 70
ACW_CNVS reinterprets a classic silhouette in the latest edition of their evolving partnership. Developed through A-COLD-WALL*’s matured design system, the Chuck Taylor 70 undergoes a considered rework, featuring a translucent sole, metallic typographic branding, popped matte eyelets and finished with custom co-branded detailing.
- 12oz organic cotton canvas upper.
- Reflective film print at lateral.
- 100% cotton heel pull at backstay.
- Popped matte eyelet (Third from top).
- Co-Branded sockliner.
- Translucent foxing, license plate, toe bumper & toe cap.
The ACW* X Converse cannot be shipped to Japan, Russia, Belarus and Ukraine at this time. Please do not purchase this specific item if your shipping address is located within this region, as your order cannot be fulfilled.
A-COLD-WALL* now ships to Europe and the United States using DDP (Delivery Duty Paid). All import taxes and duties will be included in the final price of your item.
For all other regions, if customers refuse to accept delivery of the parcel, they are still liable for both shipment and customs charges.
Faulty and unused products can be returned to A-COLD-WALL* within 14 days of purchase through the Return Centre. When returning an item, please ensure that all tags are attached and the original packaging is intact. For footwear, please place the shoebox inside protective packaging. All return costs are the responsibility of the customer, so we strongly advise using a tracked service. A-COLD-WALL* cannot track returned packages and are unable to refund inbound or original shipping costs.
At the genesis of this collaboration, Founder and Artistic Director Dr Samuel Ross looks to his peers; exemplary artists and thought-leaders in the global community. What followed is an ode to the pursuit of creative expression, refined items designed to form an integral component within the artist’s uniform.
Documenting stories and practices of such artisans, Founding Director of design firm Food New York, architect Dong-Ping Wong, and award-winning industrial designer Nifemi Marcus-Bello. Both artists, masters in their chosen fields, introspectively examine what an icon means to them. Captured in their studio environments, New York and Lagos, respectively, a mutual school of thought emerges.