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Author:  EricCP [ Tue Apr 27, 2021 1:41 am ]
Post subject:  the latest sustainability technology while reducing the impa

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As sneaker lovers, we know that basketball’s 130-year history has been defined by iconic memories, legendary players, and trailblazers. Immersed in the game for much of that long journey, Converse are honouring the barrier-breaking moments achieved on and off the court, prepping a collection of commemorative creps – including this stunning ‘Birth of Flight’ converse pro leather high top.
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The converse all star 2020 is one of the true icons of the sneaker world, and its penchant for constant remixing and experimentation has yielded one of the most eco-conscious editions yet. Known as the Chuck Taylor All Star Crater Knit, Cons have drawn on the extensive R&D conducted by parent company Nike to implement some of the latest sustainability technology while reducing the impact of manufacturing new shoes.
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Renowned streetwear imprint UNDEFEATED have rekindled their ‘FUNDAMENTALS’ program, reconnecting with Converse to release two seriously wearable colourways of the converse chuck 70 blanche. After the release of a similar collection back in mid-2020, the duo applies the same design ethos to this latest pack, coming through with two curated, essential pieces.
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The execution is a departure from typical converse one star homme, as they are commonly seen in suede. This version instead opts for canvas with a print resembling weathered silver paint. Matched to that is the eponymous star branding in a similarly shiny finish. An interesting detail is the white leather toecap that contrasts starkly against the busy upper. Additional subtleties like white ‘bookend’ eyelets, custom tongue branding, and a clear ice sole are nice touches."

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