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Converse gets in step with Scooby-Doo for new collaboration

New collection includes classic scenes, favourite characters and catchphrases across classic high tops.

Converse has rolled out a new limited edition collaboration featuring the Scooby-Doo brand.

The collection of four themed designs featuring the gang across the classic Converse high tops has been causing something of a stir across the lifestyle press.

The range – which includes kids trainers as well as men’s and women’s designs – features classic scenes, favourite characters and catchphrases across the classic Converse high tops.

The four designs include a blue and green Mystery Machine; a black and white ghoulish pair featuring the whole gang; a white pair focusing on Scooby and Shaggy; and a grey pair featuring monsters, Scooby and Shaggy and the classic ‘Zoinks!’ catchphrase.

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