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- Synthetic sole
- Shaft measures approximately High-Top" from arch
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The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star II Low is a new and modern take on the classic Chuck Taylor. This updated version is lighter that the original and crafted with a premium canvas upper, soft micro-suede lining, padded non-slip tongue, and comfortable Lunarlon insole.
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 0.7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B071W76TRK
- Item model number: 150143C
- Date first listed on Amazon: July 31, 2015
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1. The huge line line along the rubber sole is gone
2. The white stitching on the canvas along the sole is gone
3. The logo in the rear of the rubber sole is no longer colored
4. The eyelets are duller in color.
5. They use the Nike Lunar soles
It seems like what Converse mostly did was take away from the Chuck. But really, in doing so, the shoe gained so much more. I love the cleaner aesthetic of the shoe. A lot of the brands lately really like shoving the brand and the design in your face. This reboot (ha!) is a bit of a counter-culture. It's more subdued design lets you appreciate how much more minimalist this is. It's the kind of shoe that you don't give a second glance to but when you do, you appreciate the shoe even more. This shoe no longer acts as a loud, in your face, kind of sneaker but one that complements most of your wardrobe, treading the careful line of supporting your outfit while also not being outshined.
The Nike lunar lining also is mad comfortable.
All in all, this shoe is finally what a Converse in 2016 should look and feel like. They took a couple of decades of experience and improved almost every aspect of the shoe. You'll know what I mean if you wear it.
These Chuck II's remedy all of the flaws. The padding and sturdiness of the ankles make for a more comfortable and supportive wear. The insoles are thicker and offer much more cushion/support that I don't feel like I need to change them out. Been wearing them about a week now and only feel minimal pinkie toe abrasion/discomfort breaking them in. I think after another week these will be good to go. I also love the color design as it is more minimalist with the same color eyelets and laces as the top with the white bottoms. It's a little bit more expensive than the previous model but that's what <$100 sneakers are for. You wear em into the ground and buy a new pair when you've abused the hell outta them. The sizing was the same as the original Chuck's for me. I don't think I'd play ball in them as they were originally designed for, but for stomping out at parties or running from the cops, these will do.