Shoes unisex CONVERSE CHUCK 70 OX 162059CA130027680
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CHUCK 70 OX BORDEAUX: LIMITED EDITION
Unisex shoe signed Converse. This Converse All Star Chuck 70 is a redesigned sneaker that uses modern details to celebrate the original Chuck Taylor.
Added vintage details include stitching on the side and a thicker burgundy canvas upper for comfort and durability - a classic that matches everything in your wardrobe.
- Maximum comfort
- Regular fit
- Canvas upper
- Thick rubber bottom
- Vintage appearance
- Padded footbed
- Laces closure
- Product color: Bordeaux
Converse, a famous brand with a century of history behind it, produces trendy Chuck Taylor All Star and One Star sneakers. Now they work to create new classics of street style.
Converse is sport, street and creative culture.
The company's most famous product is the All Star Converse model, designed in 1923 by Chuck Taylor, a professional basketball player, to improve his game. In the sixties, seventies and eighties many musicians and singers of rock bands wore these shoes and over the years these shoes have spread to the masses.
Since the nineties they have returned very popular, thanks to the company's choice to produce numerous variations on the theme, changing colors, materials and shape of the original shoes.
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