Liverpool have now unveiled their new limited edition items in their collab with Converse after the partnership was revealed yesterday – the full collection can be found on their website.
Just a day later, the collection has been dropped and includes a long list of clothing items that can be picked up: hats, t-shirts, jackets, tracksuits and footwear.
The two main pieces include the Chuck 70 high-top sneakers, which are covered in Liverpool aspects throughout and the varsity jacket with special moments of the club’s history integrated on – two pieces that will surely go quickly.
It was just recently that a collab between infamous basketball star LeBron James and Liverpool was released, with many of those products flying off the shelves within just hours.
The brand Converse is owned by Nike and so is driven by the club’s short-standing relationship with Nike in order to expand its demographic and appeal to an untouched audience in the fashion world.
Liverpool first linked up with Nike in 2020, with the sportswear brand paying Liverpool an annual fee of around the £35m mark.
Andy Robertson spoke about the new drop and the celebration of diversification.
“The city as a whole is very accepting of everyone with different backgrounds, people brought up in different ways. I think the club opens their arms to everyone, we see that day-to-day with the staff that work there and we see it week-to-week with the fans coming through the turnstiles. As a city, it’s amazing what they do but as a club they’ve followed in the footsteps: Liverpool is open to everyone.”
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