In the best news we’ve read all week/year the folks at Converse have officially redesigned our favorite Chuck Taylor All Stars for the first time in 98 years. For those of you who are in a sneaker panic, don’t be. The redesigned changes are minor at first glance, but your feet will be thankful for some of these upgrades. And besides the structural changes there’s some insanely new colors like Volt Green and perfect pairing for any season like deep bordeaux and thunder grey. Here’s the breakdown:
- Lunarlon Sockliner: Designed and used by Nike (who owns Converse) the Lunarlon Sockliner provides great cushioning and support. It’s foamy quality is a nice change of pace for us walkers who buzz around town on foot and could use a little extra bounce in our step.
- Padded Non-Slip Tongue: It’ll keep your tongue in place so you don’t have to keep untying your laces, pulling up and over the tongue, and then retying your laces. It wasn’t a real big deal for us, but our OCD is thankful.
- Microsuede Lining: This will allow your feet to breathe a bit more and will certainly cut down on the smelly-sneaker-factor. We’d still pair them with our favorite no-show socks.
See? That’s not so bad, right? Change can be good. We’re digging these new Chucks even if the price can range between $10-15 more than our old pairs, but it’ll totally be worth it. These bad boys will run you anywhere from $70-75+ depending. Converse debuted these officially on July 28th and you can order them here.
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