Converse dips into their archive for a bold launch of prints for the Chuck 70. 

Prints have a long-standing history at Converse, with camouflage first making its way to the Chuck Taylor All Star back in 1983. Met with strong success, the brand naturally followed up in 1988 with glow-in-the-dark animal prints, before plastering the silhouette with the American Flag in 1991. Each of these prints played an important role within the ongoing legacy of Converse's iconic high top, and now these prints are back in the spotlight. 

Delivered as the Archive Print Pack, this Chuck 70 delivery brings back Zebra, Stars, Cheetah, and Camouflage print styles just in time for Spring and Summer. 

Take a look at the styles below and head over to Converse to shop the full Converse Archive Print Pack now. 

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