11/09/2015
It's on.

Words by

TABATHA TURNER

Converse and Nike? What a relationship we would like to third-wheel on.

After the success of the new Converse Chuck Taylor All Star II, the brand has announced an exciting limited edition sneaker….a fluorescent Nike Lunarlon-inspired volt canvas Converse Chuck Taylor All Star II. *Induce heavy panting*

The eye-catching iteration forms the perfect fifth man to the original wolf-pack four colours unveiled a the launch earlier this year. The Converse Chuck II is all about excess, extravagance and more, boasting the most recognisable exterior aspects with a dialled-up version of consumer-led features. All up it makes THE MOST comfortable Chucks you’ll ever set your foot into.

Meeting the demands of Chuck fans…well hey, we are a tough crowd to please, the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star II delivers innovative features such as a Nike Lunarlon sockliner, padded collar, non-slip tongue and perforated micro suede liner.

High tech converse to kick around in? Don’t mind if we do.

*Adds to bag*

converse.com.au

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