Converse CONS Jack Purcell Pro Ox Black-Out

Jan 5, 2018

Category: Style

It was just last month when the Chuck Taylor All Star and One Star were released in monochromatic pale gray colorways for fans of both lo and hi-top canvas sneakers. Now, to properly kick off the cold dark days of January, Converse CONS just released a new collaboration with San Francisco-based GX1000: the Jack Purcell Pro Ox.

As a sleek blacked-out version of the classic Jack Purcell sneakers, each pair is handsomely draped in black leather in conjunction with a matching toe cap and sole along with a vulcanized rubber outsole – also in all black – to round out these specialized sneakers. On top of their obvious aesthetic value, each collaboration comes complete with an OrthoLite footbed that’s infused with Nike’s very own Zoom Air technology for responsive yet highly comfortable cushioning. You’ll even notice the JP’s signature smile is blacked out as well while “GX1000” appears in white on the insoles. Available now at select retailers.

Purchase: $85

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