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What was initially believed to be just one new colorway of the Tyler, The Converse x GOLF le FLEUR Mens, turns out to be a trio of new colorway options. Seen for the first time above, new options of the Tyler, The Creator x Converse One Star GOLF Le Fleur include Light Blue, Pink and Green tonal offerings.The design places a custom flower logo above the signature star cut-out seed on the side panels. The tonal suede upper are offset by the darker shade of the same hue placed on the flower design. White laces and soles complete the design of the shoe.

The Converse x GOLF le FLEUR Womens collab appears to comes constructed out of a Brown tweed-like fabric placed all over the upper. Design details on the shoe include the “Golf Le Fleur” branding on the sides and tongues, metal eyelets, a rubber toe and Sail-colored laces. Below you will find a White midsole and Brown and White flower-printed rubber outsole.

New colorways of the Converse One Star will soon be added to the ever-growing Tyler, The Converse x GOLF le FLEUR Discount Collection. Ideal for the Summer season, this new collection consists of the Spider-Man and Joker pairs we’ve already gotten a glimpse of as well as a Pink/Orange pair and a Blue/Pink offering. Details on every pair include suede upper, White laces, Tyler’s golf flower branding on the side panels, White rubber soles, and Black flower graphics on the outsoles.

The Tyler, The Converse x GOLF le FLEUR Best Price Industrial Pack is the latest collaboration from both labels that features two new colorways of the Converse One Star. Both pairs sport leather uppers with contrasting stitching and the signature floral One Star logo across the sides. One pair is colored in black/white-green, and the other in navy/light blue. Finishing details include Converse x GOLF le FLEUR Sale text on the sides, and vulcanized white sole with sunflower decals on the outsole.

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