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Converse are offering up to 50% off rock'n'roll's favourite shoes in their Black Friday sale

Converse x Carhartt WIP Chuck 70 shoes on a white background
(Image credit: Converse)

Roll up, roll up: Black Friday is in full swing, and retailers are lining up to furnish you with Black Friday music deals to make your eyes water with bargain-related joy. 

Among them are rock'n'roll's favourite shoe-seller, Converse. Converse are currently offering 50% off limited edition styles on their official UK website, including a number of undeniably jazzy kicks inspired by Space Jam, Keith Haring and more. Hey, if it's good enough for Slash and The Ramones, it's good enough for us. 

Your 50% discount will be applied automatically when you check out. Go wild! We've highlighted some of our favourite pairs below, but the full range can be found on Converse's site.

And on the official Converse site in the US, you can get 30% off select styles by entering the code CYBERWEEK at checkout.

Converse Black Friday UK deals

Converse x Carhartt WIP Chuck 70: £100

Converse x Carhartt WIP Chuck 70: £100, now £50
These camo Chucks are brought to you courtesy of a pair-up with iconic workwear brand Carhartt. Combines Carhartt's signature fabric with the high top style we all know and love.

Converse x Basquiat Chuck 70: Were

Converse x Basquiat Chuck 70: Were £90, now £45
Remember that scene in Some Kind Of Monster when Lars Ulrich showed off his jaw-droppingly expensive Basquiat original? Well, now you can get a small taste of that, and it definitely won't cost you $5m.

Converse x Keith Haring Chucks: £

Converse x Keith Haring Chucks: £37, now £18.50
These Chuck Taylor All Stars pay homage to pop art trailblazer Keith Haring's graffiti-inspired painting style. Artist shoe collabs can sometimes be a little garish, but these pure style.

Renew Chuck 70: Were

Renew Chuck 70: Were £85, now £42.50
This extremely sleek take on the original Chuck Taylor is actually good for the planet as well as your wallet, featuring a 100% recycled tonal canvas upper and translucent foxing with visible canvas scraps.

NBA Jam All Star BB EVO: Were

NBA Jam All Star BB EVO: Were £100, now £50
These extremely jazzy basketball shoes have been designed with the video game in mind, but promise to get you scoring "high flying dunks" in no time. They just look pretty cool, too, if basketball ain't your bag.

Converse Black Friday US deals

Archive Print Chuck 70: Were

Archive Print Chuck 70: Were $85, now $50.97
These best-selling flamed high tops were designed with the 70s in mind, and feature an archived design straight from the Converse vault. Timeless and workable with just about any outfit, these gnarly Chucks are hot, hot ,hot.

Winter GORE-TEX Chuck Taylor All Star: $110

Winter GORE-TEX Chuck Taylor All Star: $110, $109.09
Forget winter wellies, this year we're all about winter Chucks. Now, you can head out into the cooler months warm and snug inside these waterproof, fuzzy fleece-lined shoes with a hikers stomp.

$60

Mystic World Chuck Taylor All Star: $60, now $44.98
For all you cool cats and kittens out there with a deep love of nature, these mystic shoes will have you feeling as magical as Mother Nature herself. Featuring a leopard print design, these shoes are inspired by both the natural world and the zodiac, and are printed with added moon and stars. Cosmic!

Chuck 70 Metallic Rainbow: Were

Chuck 70 Metallic Rainbow: Were $90, now $35.97
Add a little spring to your step with these 70s-inspired  rainbow Chucks, finished with a metallic shiny sheen. Bubble-gum sweet, totally glam, and now available for a fraction of the price. Wham, bam, thank you ma'am!

Were

Splatter Paint Run Star Hike: Were $105, now $94.98
Channel your inner artist with these paint splattered, multi-coloured low top sneakers. Comes with an exaggerated, jagged outsole for added height and style. A masterpiece!

Briony Edwards

Briony is the Editor in Chief of Louder and is in charge of sorting out who and what you see covered on the site. She started working with Metal Hammer, Classic Rock and Prog magazines back in 2015 and has been writing about music and entertainment in many guises since 2009. She is a big fan of cats, Husker Du and pizza.