Converse has dropped a range that transforms cotton waste into Chuck 70s

From cotton waste to Chuck Taylor.

Converse has previously transformed plastic bottles and denim off-cuts into footwear, and now it’s using cotton waste.

The Converse Renew Cotton range is made from 30 to 40 per cent manufacturing waste canvas and regrind rubber, and the recycling process gives the Chuck 70s and Chuck Taylor All Stars a texture that’s unique to the range.

Renew marks a new era of design for Converse, as it turns its attention to sustainable practices and minimising waste by transforming discarded materials from around the world into the sneaker that we all know and love.

The Converse Renew Cotton range is available now in low and high-top styles online and at all Converse flagship stores.


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