Converse Is Finally Making Water-Proof Chuck Taylors


Converse All Stars were meant to be ragged in comfortable continue and tucked divided when a winter season’s rain, sleet and jelly rolls around. But left are a days of your Converse being cramped to a behind of your closet for half a year, since a code has denounced a possess iteration of a sneaker foot trend by reinterpreting 3 of a many renouned silhouettes into waterproof designs.

Birthed from Converse’s selected Extreme Cold Weather Boot–a rubber application foot that was initial introduced in a 1950s– a Mountain Club collection takes Converse’s Chuck Taylor All Star, One Star and Fastbreak designs to emanate functional, military-inspired boots that are durable adequate to withstand any continue condition. Each shoe is coated in Durable Weather Repellent (DWR) that protects a boot’s extraneous from apropos waterlogged, and breathable, Gore-Tex fabric to keep your feet dry inside.

Converse Mountain Club collection ranges from $120-$150 and will be accessible during and during name retailers starting Nov 8.


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