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Converse Golf Le Fleur Burlap Pack

A new addition to the ongoing Golf Le Fleur collaboration between American rapper Tyler, The Creator and Converse sees the use of burlap hessian across two classic footwear silhouettes that stand strong within footwear history.

The Converse Golf Le Fleur Chuck 70's Hi Shoes introduce a new aesthetic to the collection of styles which normally favours the One Star Ox silhouette. Paired with modern updates such as a cushioned sockliner, enhanced sidewall stitching, high rubber foxing with a vintage heel plate and a more substantial toe cap, this style offers an elevated version of the original 1970’s silhouette.  

Tyler has worked with Converse to develop a custom silhouette that reworks the One Star and features a modified simple daisy flower that features throughout the sockliner and tread design. Presenting a different aesthetic approach compared to previous seasons - which has focused on bright colour pops and two tone suede detailing - the Converse Golf Le Fleur One Star Ox Shoes follows a curry brown colourway through hessian uppers, colour matched lace eyelets and a brown suede Le Fleur daisy attached to the midsections. 

Well known for his creativity, intrigue for design and unique personality, Tyler, The Creator has leant his hand to an array of industries through his own fashion brand ‘Golf Wang’ which he runs alongside continuous musical projects and his own ‘Camp Flog Gnaw’ carnival festival. Not just a representative of the collab, but a key part within each stage of design, Tyler has carefully selected specific fabrics and finishes alongside directing the marketing campaigns and bringing creative energy to each release which dares to include unexpected colours and materials that captures the attention of those with an eye for the unusual. Multiple releases have appeared since the first light blue One Star style was released in 2017, which stemmed from an episode of Tyler’s curiosity-fuelled show ‘Nuts + Bolts’ where he visited the Converse Boston HQ and learnt how each pair is made.




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