Converse Jack Purcell Split Tongue Sneakers

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

When it comes to sneakers, you can’t go wrong with a new pair of Converse, and that’s even more true with the brand’s Jack Purcell line. For the Fall/Winter 2014 collection, the iconic footwear label releases their Converse Jack Purcell Split Tongue sneakers.

Sporting a low-top style, these kicks probably won’t serve you as well as a pair of waterproof boots would for the winter season, but we don’t think you’ll have any trouble fitting these in the rotation. There are four different colorways to choose from including bordo, rusty, warmstone, and of course, black. All 4 color options are outfitted with a suede constructed upper, rawhide laces, and contrasting tongue and heel tabs (hence the “Split Tongue” name of the silhouette). On the bottom end, a clean white midsole rounds out the look for a sneaker that’s perfect for nearly any occasion. [Purchase]

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