Taking on the challenge of using post-consumer and post-industrial waste is what Converse Renew is all about. With a goal of developing sustainable products, Converse has released its latest take on its Renew line with the Converse Renew Denim Chuck 70.

Released at Case Study Atelier, the Converse Renew Denim Chuck 70 utilizes used denim jeans and turns the uncycled textiles into a Chuck 70. This approach of inventive new methods of manufacturing serves as a solution to give tons of waste a second life.


Hazel Roldan

During the release of the shoe, Hazel Roldan of KatHa Lifestyle Store lead the conversation of sustainable and recycled apparel materials and the struggles of the environmental cost of fashion.

Check out more snaps of the release event below.

Photos by Rendrick Estrella

The Converse Renew Denim Chuck 70 retails for PHP4,990 and is now available in Commonwealth, Sole Academy, and select Converse stores in the city.


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