Kurt Cobain Converse Collection

Kurt Cobain ConverseConverse has given Kurt Cobain his own signature collection of shoes. Now available and shipping worldwide at Converse.com, Converse is currently producing a limited-edition series of Kurt Cobain footwear as part of the company’s 100th anniversary sales campaign, dubbed “Welcome to the Converse Century.” Each shoe is littered with drawings and writings that were published in 2002’s Kurt Cobain Journals. Several new models of Kurt Cobain shoes are coming with the Converse One Star model and a series of high-top Chucks already confirmed, according to NirvanaClub.com.

Distressed in the way Kurt Cobain wore them, the shoes provide a rarely seen glimpse into the head of this musical and lyrical genius with sketches that display his hopes, dreams and lyrics from amazing songs such as Come As You Are.

To further pay tribute to the late singer, three of the Converse shoes that Cobain was often seen wearing will be reflected in the new collection which includes versions of Chuck Taylor All Star, Jack Purcell and One Star shoes. To make the collection even more unique, they’ll have wear and fray detailing and Kurt Cobain’s signature subtly embroidered on the shoe’s outer.The shoes will be made available in black and white versions and should retail for around $50 – $65. The product line comes with the full cooperation of Courtney Love and the Estate of Kurt Cobain. Converse will release the full details of the shoes in April. Kurt Cobain Converse Collection One Star

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344 responses

  1. all the people sayin this isnt right need to stfu…
    this is an amazing way to celebrate him and remember what he wanted us to remember…
    the music and lyrics that ACTUALLY MEAN SOMETHING

  2. Btw the best artist work is remember even when that artist is gone! Kurt Cobain is a perfect example of this! These shoes are just another example of his music and of him!

  3. Solo Kurt puede Parar todo esto..El es unico
    Me encantaria que este vivo para poder aprender de el y solo de el.

    Paz Amor y Empatia

  4. – Achei uma bela forma de homenagea – lo , acho difícil encontrar um desse aqui no Brasil. Mais eu vivo Kurt !

  5. I’d like to buy them, i like the print, i like converse and i love Nirvana Kurt, but in fuckin* PoznaÅ„ there’s no shop with shoes like that. I mean there’s a Converse but with some shity, folower-print boots. I hate them.

  6. will all you guys just shut the hell up with all this crap about ‘kurt wouldn’t have liked this’ how the hell do you know maybe he wouldn’t think so kindly of people who diesided for him what he thought none of you know do you, because you didn’t know him, you knew of him and untill people realise stuff like that it’s just making the lives of people in the spotlight even more hard/tricky/confusing.

  7. I don’t think that Kurt really hated fame itself, just hated BEING famous. Anyway, he would’ve obviously been happy with, if not enthralled by, these shoes. Why? When he was alive, he’d sign anything you put to him. He liked being thought of by someone everytime they used something. If he hates these shoes, he also hates the T-Shirts, pins, stickers, books, movies, CDs…he hates the very MEMORY of him. And I don’t think that’s true.

  8. this is discracefull. this is discusting. this is just another step in the sellout of anything that means anything.

  9. I agree with the las two coments. I have look in every sites, but there’s no Pair to sale. What can we do ?

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