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  • The jack purcell signature silhouette is about to get hooked up with premium materials on its uppers for this latest drop all thanks to London-based jewelry lifestyle brand, BUNNEY. Coming in your choice of a high-top or low-top, let’s get a closer look at the Converse Jack Purcell Signature Bunney.The low-top version comes in a tonal Nightsky colorways done in a premium leather construction that appears to have plenty of texture to it. The high-top version is done in the same manner but instead of a Nightsky, it comes in a Mineral Grey hue. The shoes also come with the Converse Comfort Wedge sockliner for all-day comfort and a rubber outsole with herringbone pattern for superb traction. Lastly, BUNNEY branding (not pictured) appears on the medial side of the midsole.


    While converse cons online have nestled their way into closet-staple status, one of Converse’s signature models is making a triumph return as a focal style for this fall season.As one of the sneakers that defined ’90s streetwear, Converse has taken the Converse One Star Long Hair Suede for a remastered spin. Featuring a durable and premium hairy suede in four distinct colorways, each pair is complete with a soft Nike Lunarlon insole and a grippy lightweight traction outsole.


    The cons uk cheap sale might be rooted in basketball, but the silhouette has been able to transition into many other footwear categories over the years. For its latest release, professional skater Louie Lopez and Converse have teamed up on a Chuck Taylor All Star skate shoes inspired by Lopez's hometown of Hawthorne, California. While sticking to the iconic shape and design of the original Chuck Taylor All Star, the Louie Lopez x Converse CTAS Pro High Top gets beefed up for skateboarding with a durable suede upper, a plush inside lining and CONS traction rubber for increased grip. To represent the California-based skater's hometown, the back of the tongue features a map of Hawthorne and the insole features the city's seal. The light grey upper is also used to represent calm summer colors in the city.

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