As part of its DC Comics x Converse's Fall/Winter collection, shoemaker Converse launched its newest Design Your Own DC Comics Chuck Taylor All Star shoes campaign this week, featuring artwork from the Batman: Arkham City video game. Similar to the previous Design Your Own DC Comics Sneakers process, this feature allows the customer to design their own shoes by offering a selection of customizable parameters, including innovati
Converse revealed their latest Fall/Winter collection at an exclusive event at Converse SoHo during New York Comic Con, featuring their latest DC Comics designs including Superman and Teen Titans but also a selection of ThunderCats kicks, as that 1980s favorite is also part of the Warner Bros. family that includes the DC characters. The collections includes low-tops and high-
As the latest installment in the DC Comics x Converse collection, Converse launched today its Design Your Own DC Comics Chuck Taylor All Star shoes campaign, featuring mix-and-match custom shoe design options that include Batman, The Joker, Catwoman, and The Riddler. This exclusive feature allows the customer to design their own shoe by offering a selection of customizable parameters, including the color/print of the c
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