Converse CTS – St. Patrick’s Day Edition

March 7, 2013 BY / 4

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Converse hits us with a tall glass of CTS for St. Patrick’s Day 2013, using one of the oldest Irish taverns in Charleston, MA as an inspiration to the colorway. There’s a lot beneath the classic surface like the Lunarlon drop-in sockliner and traction rubber vulc-sole, but Converse aficionados already know this considering the Converse CTS was especially popular when it was added to the Converse Skate line. This limited edition release will be available on Friday, March 15th at CNCPTS, Slam City Skates in London, Flatspot in Ontario Canada at an MSRP of $65, so check out the additional angles below for another look.


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KonkreteCitySkateboards
KonkreteCitySkateboards

Available tomorrow 3/15/13 at Konkrete City Skateboards in Cincinnati Ohio 513-231-0399.

FamiliaSkateshop
FamiliaSkateshop

Available Friday 3/15/13 at Familia Skateshop, Minneapolis MN

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