New collection features two styles inspired by the Baltimore punk band.

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January 26, 2024

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Converse x Turnstile Footwear range
Converse x Turnstile Footwear rangeConverse, Turnstile

Baltimore-based band, Turnstile, has teamed up with Converse, channeling their passion for skateboarding to a two-sneaker capsule featuring a Converse Chuck 70 and One Star Pro.  

The silhouettes include custom details inspired by the band’s album and tour art. The BLACKOUT Chuck 70 touts a monotone black upper with graphics that take cues from the band’s album, “Glow On.” The canvas upper is paired with translucent details, a custom license plate, prints on the outsole and sock liner and a reflective floating orb graphic. 

The leather ONLY ONE STAR One Star Pro features a multi-star logo on the quarter panel. The design represents the crossover between hardcore punk and skateboarding, with details also inspired by the band’s album artwork. The silhouette features bold, co-branded details on the tongue and license plate, a CX foam liner for enhanced comfort, a CONS traction outsole and elasticated tongue gussets that help create a lockdown fit. The foxing tape is also embossed with the lyrics, “Can’t Be the Only One.”

The Converse x Turnstile collection releases globally January 25 at and select retailers.

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