Bugs Bunny Converse Pro Leather High Top Egret 169223C
Release Date: Tue 27 Oct 2020 8:00 AM GMT
Style Code: 169223C
What’s up doc? Here’s your autumn treat in a Bugs Bunny Converse Pro Leather High Top Egret disguise this week. This boot is the perfect addition to your sneaker collection not just because of the theme, but also for the suede construction. The all-time favourite cartoon character Bugs Bunny is literally timeless and has been captivating children of all ages since the 1930s! This isn’t the first time for Bugs to collab with big-deals trainers for running. However, Converse might be starting off just now. The colour palette is simple and totally in sync with the mischievous character. The bunny’s furry and fuzzy body and the boot’s usual aesthetics mix well together.
Firstly, the accents that make the Converse Pro boots stand out to take away your attention. For example, the Chevron logo on the sidewall and the sassy structure. Secondly, the “Bugs Bunny” detailing all over are simply eye-catching. You can spot the carrot he loves and even his silhouette in white at the back collar. These are very subtle hints of the bunny. But his catchphrase makes more sense. You can’t miss his “What’s up doc?” on the sidewall right alongside the Chevron logo. Follow us on @FastSoleUK for more.
What do you visualise right when you think about Bugs Bunny? Sure it’s him leaning on something, crunching on his carrot (that he never seems to finish!) and speaking with a very mischievous tone- “Eh, What’s up doc?”. However, this boot keeps all the ensemble and still makes us find the connection. The dusty ash Egret colour palette is in line with Bugs’ colours, and so is the logo and other panels. A white bunny embroidery on the collar and the bright orange carrot on the wall join the BUNNY vibes. Finally, the orange inner lining represents The Loony Toons Show backdrop.
Bugs Bunny Converse Pro Leather High Top Egret will release on October 27th via listed UK and European retailers.
Image Credit: overkillshop.com, footwearnews.com, twitter.com« Read Less