Converse Debuts A Line Of Well Worn Sneakers For Hipsters

Converse Debuts A Line Of Well Worn Sneakers For Hipsters
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The collection of high-top and low-tops feature a distressed effect that gives them a broken-in look.

Emma Hutchings
  • 27 march 2013

Converse has introduced a new line of sneakers that feature a premium washed canvas that has been extensively treated for a pre-worn, broken-in look. The Well Worn collection is available in high-top and low-top styles in a range of colors, with a suggested retail price of $65-$70.

Targeted at those who want a little more street cred than fresh new sneakers provide, they have a distressed effect that boasts character and delivers an easygoing feel.

For The Hipster Crowd, Converse Introduces A Line Of Well Worn Sneakers

To celebrate the launch of the Well Worn collection, there will be a gig series supporting the brand’s manifesto “Shoes Keep It Clean, Sneakers Get Dirty.” The three free shows in April at London’s 100 Club shine a spotlight on bands that work hard to bring their music to the world, and features The Cribs, Doom, Ghostface Killah, Gallows, and more.

To be in with a chance of winning tickets for the event you need to fill in your details on Converse’s site before April 7th. Check out the video for the event below:


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