Tyler, the Creator, and Converse have issued a brand new colorway of the popular GLF 2.0. On Tuesday, the creative collaboration unveiled the sneaker in a sleek, all-white design, swapping the standard canvas for leather.
While the newly released shoes, designed by the 31-year-old, are similar to the original GLF sneaker, there are key differences, such as an all-white color blocking detail.
The GLF 2.0’s white colorway was issued as a limited global release at Converse.com and GOLF le FLEUR, retailing at $110. It is described in a press release from Converse as having a vivid outsole and vintage references—including a remixed Converse logo license plate.
The Grammy Award-winning rapper first debuted the GLF 2.0 in June as a culmination of the Converse x GOLF le FLEUR* collaboration’s five-year partnership. Initially, colorways in the new silhouette included Oil Green and Bison, as well as Curry and Copper Tan.
GLF 2.0 continues a year of strong releases from the MC and Converse. The new design came after the “WusYaName” rapper and classic sneaker brand teamed up in April for a customizable collection. Prior to the unique release, Tyler and Converse issued the Chuck 70 sneaker in two colorways, Topaz Blue and Pink Dogwood in a modern python print.
Take a closer look at the new all-white GLF 2.0 below.