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The Latest Chuck Taylors Are Retro, Clean, Affordable and… Leather

Converse’s Chuck Taylor 70s line just got a summer refresh in the form of a small but handsome trio of low-tops.

The colorways are simple — it’s a predominantly white summer sneaker with a choice between blue and yellow, blue and red, and blue and maroon accent lines. The kicker is the departure from the classic canvas construction, in its place an all-leather build with metal eyelets and a few smaller changes to the original accent lines.

The sneakers, which are available on Feature Sneaker Boutique (but not Converse yet), are $95 SRP. As of posting, most sizes in each colorway were available.

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