Converse re-imagines the Chuck Taylor All Star II with a Reflective Print Collection

  • Chris Singh
  • March 2, 2016
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Converse have obviously had a bit of fun with their Chuck Taylor All Star II series, reworking the sneakers with their latest Reflective Print Collection, moving the Chuck II series forward with several street-ready prints that bounce striking patterns when hit by bursts of light in low-light environments. This latest incarnation of the classic All Star II collection is one of the biggest and most forward-thinking releases from the brand in over a century.


“When creating the latest version of our successful Chuck II sneaker, we were inspired by our consumers and being able to further enhance their creative and active lifestyles,” said Ryan Case, Converse Product Director. “With the Chuck II Reflective Print, we’ve given our consumers a sneaker that provokes personal style while enhancing visibility in low light, enabling them to do more of what they enjoy throughout the day or night.”


Keeping up with the next generation of creative design, the collection benefits from the enhanced comfort of a Nike Lunarlon sockliner, nonslip padded tongue, and micro-suede lining, with durable reflective print canvas uppers for added low light visibility and style. Chuck Taylor’s most recognisable features, like the All Star ankle patch and monochrome matte eyelets, are elevated here with the exterior print details, bringing a new perspective to one of the brand’s most iconic prints, Camouflage, available in both high top and ox silhouettes.


The new Converse Chuck Taylor All Star II Reflective Print Collection will be available in Camouflage starting March 3, 2016 at and other selected stores across Australia for RRP $130.


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Chris Singh

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