Calling all trainers! In case you missed it, Converse recently kicked off 2022 with an exciting line of products that celebrate Pokémon's 25th anniversary, including themed Chucks, shirts, hats, backpacks, and more.
There are currently 14 Pokémon products listed on Converse.com including two themed black and white highs Chuck Taylors.
The first sneaker is the Converse x Pokemon Poke Ball Chuck Taylor All Star which retails for a suggested price of $70 (roughly P3,584). The design applies an all-over black and white Pokémon print of Pikachu, Charmander, Squirtle, Bulbasaur, Meowth, and Jigglypuff to the versatile All Star canvas adding special details like the Poké Ball ankle patches and custom license plate.
Fuel your nostalgia with the Converse x Pokémon Chucks.
Pokémon Trainers unite! We’re celebrating two and a half decades of Pokémon with a collection of street staples and all-ages designs.— Converse (@Converse) January 7, 2022
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For those looking for a black shoe, the Converse x Pokemon First Partners Chuck Taylor All Star is for you. With a digital powder print on all-black, a cast of first partner Pokémon take over the classic canvas and complement custom details like the Poké Ball ankle patch, top eyelet and Pokémon tongue graphic. These also cost $70.
Alongside kids version of the first two designs, younger trainers will also be happy to know there are low-top yellow Pikachu and pink Jigglypuff shoes that cost $40 each.
Fans can even put their own spin on the classic Chucks with customizable designs featuring different details, patches, and vibrant graphics.
The Converse x Pokemon collection also includes range of streetwear, including a Pikachu hat and shirt, a sweater and hoodie, and even a Pikachu-themed backpack.
The items just hit the Converse store store in the US last Friday, Jan. 7, but some items have quickly sold out.
There's no official word yet on the specific release date of the Converse x Pokemon collab in the Philippines, but according to Converse Philippines’s Facebook page, the items celebrating the 25 years of Pokemon are "coming soon" to the country as well.