May 18, 2013 BY Aaron Hope
In its traditional form, the Converse Pro Leather is the one of relatively few 1970s basketball bluchers that came out the gate with a cupsole. So while you might look at the new Pro Leather Vulc Hi and think it’s pretty standard, you’d be right in the sense that it’s now a bit closer to contemporaries the Nike Blazer and adidas Nizza by utilizing a low-profile autoclaved approach. This, along with revised Star/Chevron logo and a quilted heel makes for a fresh take, so check out this Cranberry colorway up close below, then grab yours exclusively at JD Sports.
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