Converse Blacked-Out Jack Purcell

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

After just dropping the black and white colorway at the top of the year, Converse has decided to release a blacked-out version of their Jack Purcell sneakers for the Spring 2014 season.

These kicks are rocking an upper constructed from smooth black suede with tortoise shell top eyelets for a nice finishing touch. The bottom end has been rounded out with an all black toecap mated to a matching rubber outsole, while a cork footbed stamped with a gold Converse logo completes the look. These low top silhouettes are currently available at select retailers with a sticker price of $85, but don’t expect these to last too far past the summer season. [Purchase]

Converse Blacked-Out Jack Purcell 2

Converse Blacked-Out Jack Purcell 3

Converse Blacked-Out Jack Purcell 4

Converse Blacked-Out Jack Purcell 5

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