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#1 03-08-2015 07:51:53

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new collaborative effort atop the ubiquitous Converse Chuck Taylor

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Officially unveiled in Boston yesterday with media and special guests in attendance, the converse all star ox II's most important new feature is a new Nike Lunarlon insole for more comfort and cushion than you'd ever expect from the shoe. Other details of the redesign include a durable canvas construction, foam padded collar, non-slip gusseted tongue, a clean solid white midsole, and gum rubber outsole. In both the original high and low editions, the Chuck Taylor II debuts in black, blue, red, and white colorways on July 28th at finer Converse retailers globally.The Converse Chuck Taylor II will release on July 28th, 2015 for $75.

Earlier today we got a first glimpse of the Converse All Star Canvas, the latest update on the classic heritage model now featuring a more supportive canvas upper and Nike's famed Lunarlon technology. Even more colorways are slated to arrive as well, as monochromatic uppers of black, white, red, and royal blue all sit on a clean all white midsole. Gone is the colored stripe normally seen on the first installment of the Chuck Taylor while a gum outsole adds a recognizable finish. The lowtop variety is also available in a matching 4 colorways for the price of $70. Which colorway is your favorite? Check out more photos below.Introducing the Converse Chuck Taylor.

One of the most iconic silhouettes in history finally gets a proper sequel, as the Converse Chuck Taylor returns with the help of Nike's Lunarlon technology on the insole. Not too much is known about the exact technical specifications of the latest model, but from the looks of things the All-Star adds a thicker lining to the outer canvas construction for a sturdier build. You'll notice perforated leather on a thicker tongue as well as the obvious Lunarlon addition, but this pair of Chucks retains the legendary shape and form that made it so iconic in the first place. The Converse All Star Hi Top will release on July 28th. Check out more images below and let us know what your first thoughts are in the comments.

converse trainers sale and COMME des Garcons are back with a brand new collaborative effort atop the ubiquitous Converse Chuck Taylor. We've seen the recognizable CDG heart and eyes logo all over the Chuck Taylor before, but this time the brand opts for an oversized logo peeking out through the white midsole. Available in both white and black lows and highs, you can pick up your favorite aesthetic today at retail spots like Wish ATL.Regular collaborative partners at this point, Converse joins with fashion label Missoni once again for another stylish set of sneakers.

This time around, the Italian fashion house has crafted two summer-ready sneakers, the converse trainers uk and Deck Star slip-on, with a unique toweled effect to the knit upper. The rich textural material is presented in white and earthy yellow hues, with solid white midsoles and Missoni's signature terracotta canvas for the sockliners. The Missoni x Converse First String summer 2015 collection releases Friday, July 17, 2015 at Converse flagship stores in New York and San Francisco, and select premium retailers worldwide.The Converse Chuck Taylor, the most ubiquitous sneaker in the history of…history, is finally getting a sequel.

Yes, nearly a century after its original debut in 1917, converse dance lace has faced the challenge of following up on one of the most successful, duplicated, and bleed-American retail products ever created, and this July 28th, the sneaker brand will finally unveil the long-awaited second chapter. All we have to go by is the release date, but we do know that retailers will receive a wide range of colorways. More details to come.Need your fragment design fix? Today we get a first look at what's next on the sneaker collaboration front straight from the man behind the label Hiroshi Fujiwara. The Japanese brand has done incredible work with Nike over the years, but its partnerships with the Converse company has been few and far in between.

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