Converse Comme des Garçons for Sale
Converse and their Converse Comme des Garçons Womens silhouette are going to have a busy Summer, as today we get a look at another two pair of the classic sneaker as a part of the “Salt Wash Stripe” Collection. Featuring red-white and blue-white varieties, the upper is then run under a salt wash giving a pre-aged faded aesthetic as a clean off-white finishes off the midsole.
We knew that the Converse Comme des Garçons Mens had casual capabilities, just never “Pocket Square” casual. The latest Jack Purcell collection brings us back to the days of pomade and tweed jackets in Summer with two new looks. The low top features faint patterns to imitate a pocket square, one with a paisley print last seen on the Converse Comme des Garçons Cheap “Ensign Blue” pair and the other places interwoven spirals in a dark red, both in a lightweight cotton material.
It seems strange that one of the most beloved silhouettes from Converse is one originally designed for a badminton champion, and yet here we are. The Converse Comme des Garçons Discount returns with the Tortoise Pack, two new pairs that take a simple approach to the sneaker to really shine a light on the materials used – one in black canvas, the other in a light grey nubuck. Where as the black has copper eyelets to add a casual look, the nubuck pair hits the stitching with black to show the simple yet timeless construction of the sneaker.
In certain parts of the world, the word ‘crepe’ has become synonymous with sneakers just like ‘trainer’. The footwear world’s first introduction to a set of soles named after those arm-breakingly delicious delicate French pancakes was a bit more specific, referencing specifically those spongy silicon soles that have made a cameo on this latest take on the Converse Comme des Garçons for Sale lowtop. These pairs have the gummy stuff applied to the Purcell’s typically vulcanized soles, which leads to an application along the lines of leather applied to a cup-midsole. It’s certainly one of the more unique expressions of both the crepe sole and the JP lowtop silo.
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