Converse All Star II Knit

Apr 4, 2016

Category: Style

Over the years, the Converse Chuck Taylor’s have seen a lot of makeovers. Some good, some bad, some downright weird. At the same time, we should acknowledge a brand like Converse for the artistic expression through one of their hottest items. Now, soon to be released in the United States, one of footwear’s most fearless companies is altering its flagship shoe’s composition.

We’re talking of course about the Converse All Star II knit kicks. Though the construction has been around for some time now, we for one are quite excited to see the style enter into one of the most iconic shoes of all time. The line drops a flurry of colors in both high and low-top versions of the shoe while hosting the usual All Star II characteristics, such as Lunarlon cushioning, a non-slip padded tongue, and micro-suede lining. They are currently available in Asia, hitting European markets April 18, and North America April 25. Retail is set between $80-85 per pair. [Purchase]

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