Converse reveal Chuck Taylor All Star II Knit Collection inspired by live music shows

Converse continue their push into 2016 by releasing the newest expressions of their Chuck II, the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star II Knit Collection have launched in Australia, reimagining the design of the popular Chuck II with innovative materials, eye-catching, bright colours, and woven textures that are designed after the upcoming music festival season.

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It makes sense. Converse have a long history of being involved in music events around Australia for years now, so it only seems right that they channel influence from the “illuminating kaleidoscopic light shows found at music concerts” for this new collection. A dimensional look-and-feel is delivered through the ultra-thin tightly interwoven knit material, combined with Converse’s dedication to integrity and support with their inbuilt Nike Lunarlon sockliner, non-slip padded tongue, and soft micro-suede lining.

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On the outside sneaker-heads can expect all the iconic Chuck Taylor features to be elevated with a fully embroidered All Star ankle patch, high foxing, and monochrome matte eyelets. The shoes are available in both High and Low Tops with six colours – Volt Green, Roadtrip Blue, Spray Paint Blue, Red, White and Black – now for an RRP of $130 from www.converse.com.au, the Converse Melbourne Central Flagship Store, selected Hype DC stores, Platypus Shoes, and Foot Locker stores around Australia.

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Chris Singh

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