Converse has introduced its new CX Series, a reimagination of brand’s core DNA with upgrades to the fit, form, sizing, and function of Converse’s footwear.
CX transforms how Converse shoes are made with its three core elements. CX stretch canvas adapts to a wearer’s foot and enables easy on-off wearability. CX foam includes technology that plays a part in impact absorption and boasts long-lasting comfort. Lastly, CX foam is supported by a new rubber outsole design that provides flexibility and improved durability.
CX tooling is introduced in three new footwear designs. The All Star Disrupt CX gives a fresh take on the classic All Star sneaker, the Chuck Taylor Disrupt CX incorporates a sleek slip-on shoe that flexes CX stretch canvas foam and exaggerated heel counter, and the Chuck Taylor All Star CX holds an upgraded version of a classic with CX foam and transparent foxing, showcasing a transformative midsole.
Japanese designer TakahiroMiyashita TheSoloist is the first to present a spin on the collection: the All Star Disrupt CX in a black and white colorway, which first met the public during TakahiroMiyashita’s SP20 show in Paris.
The Converse x TheSoloist All Star Disrupt CX is available now on Converse.com and StockX. Additional Converse CX footwear will be introduced in an assortment of monotone colors, starting with the All Star Disrupt CX on March 19th, available at Converse.com and select retailers globally.