Converse Pony Pack CTAS 70's Hi Shoes - Green / Black / Egret
With a bold style, the Converse Pony Pack CTAS 70's Hi Shoes have updated a classic cotton canvas upper for a more supportive faux pony fur. The all-over camo print includes tones of green and black, cut through by a sharp contrast of egret coloured laces and glossy midsole - which is cut through by a black trim on the widened foxing tape. Final details include a branded stamp on the heel and an iconic Chuck Taylor patch on the raised collar of the shoe. Despite the obvious aesthetic updates, the interior now features an Orthlite sockliner making this the most comfortable Converse yet with greater levels of responsive cushioning in each step.
Converse began making sneakers in 1908, their signature rubber sneakers have been synonymous with sports from the start. However, countless revised iterations have been made to suit any lifestyle - making this silhouette a summer essential.
- Pony Hair Upper
- Canvas Lining
- Rubber Toe Cap
- Leather CTAS Ankle Patch
- Contrast Stitching
- Ortholite Sockliner
- Nike Zoom Air Heel Unit
- Vulcanised Gum Outsole
- CONS Traction Rubber
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