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Converse and legendary Nike innovator Eric Avar collaborate to engineer the converse all star sale. The model is an elite basketball shoe designed for the modern, multi-directional basketball player.Featuring an ultra-light mid-top with the mobility of a low top, Converse’s iconic single-layer upper and minimal sole is fused with Nike’s innovative React foam to create a soft, dynamic and responsive feel on court. Sticking out the most is the fire flame graphic which covers the entire upper.
Converse continues to build on their converse pro leather dames offerings and for the month of April we can expect at least two color options to debut.Going over the two, one comes highlighted in Black while the other features White. Both comes constructed with leather across the upper, toggle lacing setup while Converse branding on the lateral side is seen. The two also come with their own vibrant shades which gives them a Spring vibe. Finishing the look is Sail on the midsole and either Orange or Green on the rubber outsole.
Some deem the as the most influential sneaker of the 2010s decade. The partnership between the street-friendly diffusion line of the Japanese fashion house and the American basketball legends dates back to 2009, and that partnership has spawned multiple silhouettes with the famous red heart on the side. Now, the two parties are bringing back their Jack Purcell collaboration from 2011, albeit with some updated branding.
The take a look is Converse’s other famous silhouette; it was the eponymous signature sneaker of the famous badminton player. It also happens to be a particularly popular model in CdG’s native Japan, which might explain its inclusion for the long-running Converse colab.Where the 2011 colab used the Filip Pagowski-designed heart logo in its entirety, this new edition blows it up into over-oversized proportions on the rear quarter, and doubles it across the heel counter too. The trademark red heart returns, and this time there is also a blacked-out option, and both are accompanied by a matching midsole stripe. Additional CdG branding appears on the insoles.