Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Quilted Pack

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

The classic Chuck Taylor is a shoe that will literally never go out of style, but to help keep things relevant and fresh, the Nike-owned footwear label consistently drops new iterations of the popular silhouette. Introducing the Converse All Star Quilted Pack.

This time around, we see the beloved sneakers draped in a quilted nylon upper that’s been lined with fleece to help keep your feet warm for the colder months that lie ahead. The sneaker will be offered up in your choice of red, white and black in a low-top version, along with a high-top version in either blue or grey. All the color options feature tonal stitching throughout the upper, a set of blacked waxed laces, and contrasting white midsoles. The shoe just started hitting select Converse retailers this week. [Purchase]

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