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Tyler, the Creator knows footwear. And with over 15 shoe collaborations under his belt (on top of six chart-topping albums), some might say the multi-hyphenate artist traverses the fashion industry as natively as the music scene at this point. Today he’s back with a brand new silhouette for Converse, as part of an ongoing collaboration between the footwear company and the rapper’s streetwear brand.
His new design, called the GLF 2.0 incorporates signature Golf le Fleur hues but swaps out the flower motif found on the original design for bold color blocking. The limited-edition collection, which dropped Thursday morning, comes in both Oil Green/ Bison and Curry/Copper Tan, each for $110.
Shop the brand new GLF 2.0’s below, in addition to more of Tyler’s best footwear designs.
An evolved version of the original all-suede GLF design, the GLF 2.0s feature both scalloping and fluid lines — a signature of Converse x Golf le Fleur collaborations. Overall, though, the new sneak features a a never-before-seen silhouette, featuring suede overlays and vivid outsoles that blend an old-school, court aesthetic with contemporary construction.
Golf Wang Chuck 70 Python
The low-top Chuck 70s get a snazzy update with a snakeskin leather print offered in both pink and blue hues.
Converse x Golf Le Fleur Quilted Velvet
These iconic Chuck 70s are wrapped in a regal purple colorway, complete with the signature Golf Le Fleur flower branding along the side, an embroidered white logo on the tongue, white laces and a white midsole unit. Plus, the pairs are finished with a floral print on the sole. If the hi-tops are too much paired with the bold color, you can also opt for the quilted design on Converse’s low-top One Stars.
Converse x Golf Le Fleur Blue Flames
His 2019 “Flames” collaboration is one of his most distinct Converse designs to date, featuring bold, orange flames that have now become a signature visual for the artist, who has used it extensively in Golf Wang’s in-house in line after its initial showcase on his 2015 album cover for “Cherry Bomb.” Unsurprisingly, the coveted piece is still sold out nearly everywhere online but if you really want them, it might be worth it to take a bid on them now before they become worth even more in the years to come.