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Following in the footsteps of his mentor, Samuel Ross, Eastwood Danso crafts his very own Buy Converse Pro Leather collaboration only two years after the launch of his eponymous label. Continuing his upward trajectory into 2020, the young designer let reveal a special range of Pro Leathers in both High and Low alternatives. The latter, at times dressed more simply than its taller accompaniment, comes dipped from its top down in pastel blue, stopping right at the midsole whose sparkling white walls cover with a portable Vibram sole unit — the very same Arctic Chill attachment that Matthew M Williams of ALYX often likes to employ — while then being fused with a much chunkier and blacked out Vibram tread complete with a nylon shell attached towards the forefoot.
 

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Ever since recruiting designers like Yoon of AMBUSH or Feng Chen Wang, Converse Pro Leather Oulet has become something of a safe have for the avant-garde, never refusing to change up its icons to look almost entirely unrecognizable. Doing just that once again — though dialed back a touch compared to the Korean stalwart’s bunny boot creations — the Pro Leather Mid is set to adopt interesting materials of pony hair and smooth leathers, hits that combat the seemingly unassuming triple black palette.

Converse Pro Leather Sale Overlays of darkened suede add further dimension to the retro model while midsoles peak in vintage essence thanks to their yellowed visage; soles bear bright reds with gold accented type, matching that of the zippered tongue and roman numerals at the top line.

Inonnative‘s reconstructed approach to Converse Pro Leather Shoes collaborations arrives yet again, taking to the Pro Leather silhouette for the second time with its zippered motif. Adding a utility unfounded by the original tooling, the Japanese label has aligned the classic offering with an ethos that is wholly theirs. Two kits make up the entire capsule: a neutral grey as well as a much darker navy, with a smooth suede offering up contrast to the past iteration’s long grain texture. Yellowed midsoles showcase an appreciation for the vintage models of old while the modified fastener pushes the pair into a modern realm.

The shoe features a clean white leather upper with a red Converse Pro Leather for Men/Women chevron on the midfoot, red/gold Converse branding on the heel and red detailing around the collar as well. Sixteen gold tally marks adorn the lateral side of each shoe to represent the sixteen playoff wins necessary to secure an NBA Championship, and a gold deubré inscribed with “1980” appears on the laces. Further gold “16” branding replaces the Converse logo on the tongue of the right shoe, and the laces feature luxe gold tips.

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