The Rise of the 70's
Since the collection of Converse Chuck Taylor 1970s was released in 2013, they've been impossible to keep in stock. With each new colour that is released, we all continue to fall deeper in love with them. Join us as we take a look at some of the best of the 1970s collection that we carry at Baggins and highlight the features that make them one of Converse’s most popular sneakers.
Converse Chuck Taylor All Star 1970s Hi Top Black/Black/Egret
These are the classics. A core style, these Chucks mix the best details from ’70s-era Chucks with impeccable craftsmanship and premium materials. An elevated style icon, it features OrthoLite insoles to keep you looking—and feeling—good all day. Vintage details include the raised logo on the inner panel, shiny rubber midsoles and durable woven laces.
Take a walk through the forest and say hi to the Squirrels. These upgraded Chuck 70s feature higher glossy rubber siding, premium off-white laces, and a thick comfy insole to support your feet all day long.
An upgraded pair of Converse 1970s. These sneakers were made for the chillier weather. Composed of full-grain leather, twill outer, and lined with a faux-fur lining for extra warmth. A colour-blocked tongue and subtle, debossed patch details elevate the look, while the timeless features you know and love stay true to the original.
Grab your oxygen tanks and set out for an adventure. These comfy Converse 1970s are the perfect addition to your shoe collection. Benefits include a comfy OrthoLite insole, glossy egret rubber foxing, and stronger woven lace.
Enjoy sun-filled skies all day long in these bright and comfy Converse 1970s. The happiest of yellows! With benefits like a glossy egret rubber foxing, classic Converse ankle patch, and a comfy drop-in OrthoLite insole allowing you to pop it out if it gets wet.