CONVERSE is known for regular collabs with their famous All Star and Jack Purcell silhouettes; just within the past month we have seen their work with New Era, UNDFTD, and even a sweat-shirt inspired release. But today we have a more unique collaboration for Converse: one with a now-defunct airline that shut its doors in 1982 after over 50 years in the air. Known as the "plain plane," Braniff International Airways was known for using bold, but simple colors for their planes. Converse has translated Braniff's look into a new collection of All Stars and Jack Purcell's, complete with Braniff's airline branding on both sides of the shoes and inside on the inner liner. These high-flying kicks are expected to take-off in July from Converse Japan. Click after the jump for more looks and stay glued for release information as it drops.