Verdict from 5 user reviews

5 reasons to buy

  • Comfortable: The Converse CPX70 is considered very cozy to wear by the majority of reviewers.
  • Fashionable: Most users share that they love the striking look of this model.
  • Sturdy: Like most Converse sneakers, this model has received praise for its durability.
  • Colorways and style: Converse offers the CPX70 in trendy designs and hues.
  • Versatile: Many users mention that this pair is easy to mix and match with different attire.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Toe box: The Converse CPX70 fits a bit loose on the toe box, according to a few reviewers.
  • Heavy: A couple of buyers find this model a bit hefty to wear.

Bottom line

Converse fused four iconic silhouettes to come up with an all-new model, the CPX70. This model borrows the best bits from these classics, creating a fashion-forward, versatile iteration. It also boasts its overall comfort and durability, making this pair a highly vouched sneaker to lace-up every day.  

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Converse CPX70: A daring fusion of iconic silhouettes

Included in the Twisted Classics collection, this futuristic model is a bold fusion of outsole designs of four iconic Converse silhouettes - 

Chuck Taylor All Star High Top - Also known as Chucks, this high-top footwear was launched in the 20s as a basketball shoe. This iconic silhouette is made of canvas upper with a flexible diamond-patterned rubber sole.

Converse Pro Leather High Top - This leather version of Chucks was the first to use the cupsole technology wherein a single piece of rubber hugs the foot to give lightweight and durable traction.

Converse One Star sneaker - Originally built for basketball courts, this kick stands out from the crowd for the star emblem stitched on the side.

Converse ERX 260 Mid - This mid-top shoe was designed originally as a basketball shoe but is now picked by sneakerheads to be their stylish casual kick.

Exciting details about the Converse CPX70

Although this model is molded from 4 iconic models, it flaunts a new look while keeping the retro vibe. The upper takes the vintage Chucks' profile seated on top of the reconstructed rubber cupsole and a decorative ankle piece. To make this iteration more exciting, the brand unveiled several striking versions, such as the Wild Zebra Stripes, Play Logo, and White Leather.


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