Converse first applied a graphic pattern – a camouflage print – to the Chuck Taylor All Star in 1983. Glow-in-the-dark animal prints followed in 1988, a patriotic American Flag print in 1991 and since then innumerable motifs have graced sneaker culture's most recognisable silhouette.
The 12-oz canacs upper is complete with winged tongue stitching, archival star ankle patch and vintage-style license plate on the heel. Modern touches such as the Ortholite insole enhance comfort make this release a must for the upcoming sprint months.
Item: Converse Chuck 70 HI 'Leopard Print'
Color: Driftwood Mult / Light Fawn
Style Number: 163406C
Sizing: US Mens
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