Converse stays true to their classic styles with the release of the All Star Modern HTM. In 1917, Converse introduced a diamond-shaped traction system that became one of the footwear industry’s most recognizable out soles. Joined to a canvas upper, complete with a hallmark leather ankle patch and paired with a rubber toecap, the sole completed a trio of defining components in Converse’s basketball line. Known today as the Converse All Star, 99 years ago this shoe was just merely an idea that Converse wasn’t sure would be successful.
The new Converse All Star Modern HTM extends this cultural reach as the first shoe outside the Nike brand to bear the distinguished HTM design. This collaboration between fragment design founder, Hiroshi Fujiwara, Nike Vice President of Creative Concepts Tinker Hatfield and President CEO, Mark Player has yielded 32 releases, from aesthetic updates of existing classics to the introduction of performance technologies, such as Nike Flyknit. This shoes comes in two colorways, a very clean, yet smooth white, and an even smoother black. With exclusive additions like flexible goat leather on the upper, All-Star ankle patch and HTM logo on the heel pull tab, the collaboration captures and elevates the new clean and timeless design. This is a classic for the people and a sneaker that you won’t want to miss out on. This shoe released today, June 9th and sizes are limited and selling our fast. Head over to Nike Lab’s site now!
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