Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Pro Fusion Mid
Since the first pairs dropped in mid 2011, Nike Sportswear has treated their entire History of Air running lineage as well as basketball cornerstones Air Force 1 and Dunk to the Hyperfuse treatment. Conspicuous by its absence in that capsule was the original Swoosh basketball sneaker, a design of which we’re reminded upon seeing the new Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Pro Fusion Mid. In truth closer to the Pro Leather or Chuck Taylor-descendant Star Player than the classic All Star, the CTAS Pro Fusion reads like a Blazer High Hyperfuse thanks to the featherweight, super-breathable welded upper and the layered effects common to Fuse builds. Let us know which of the first three colorways looks best after you’ve seen them all below, then grab yours from Converse retailers like Finish Line.
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i like what NIKE is doing with converse(yes NIKE owns cons) these are not bad. these would make some good summer time kicks when you dont want to spoil your other sneaks