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TRASH TALK Team Up With Converse For Limited Edition Sneakers

New "No Peace" kicks are available now.

New "No Peace" kicks are available now.

As bands look for new ways to earn some income, seeing as though oh you know, record sales are in the shitter, a lot of bands are turning to sneakers.

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It makes sense. Bands are basically glorified t-shirt distributors at this point so why not expand to shoes as well? Bands like Black Sabbath and Metallica have gotten into the shoe game, and now another band is throwing their hat in the ring… Trash Talk.

Trash Talk is a band born in the new age of media distribution. They don't act like any other bands. They play free shows sponsored by brands and their fans don't seem to mind. And now, they're releasing a new line of limited edition sneakers with Converse. The sneakers celebrate the band's new album, No Peace:

"We’re excited about this project and are glad to be doing something truly original with Converse,” says Trash Talk. “When we were designing the Converse CONS Pro Leather Skate we set out to create a sneaker that we would want to wear, our take on a classic."

The Converse x Trash Talk CONS Pro Leather Skate collection incorporates several distinct details including the band’s “No Peace” branded logo, a premium leather upper with suede heel cap and a leather heel strip that runs vertically up the back. The inside tongue label of the left sneaker is inscribed with the word “Babylon” and the left with “California” in reference to the locally inspired song from their album “Plague…Walking Disease”. The words “Trash” and “Talk” are also inscribed on alternate sock liners.

The sneakers are available right now for $90 and can be purchased on in black or white varieties.

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