Converse 1970s is a duplicate version of converse in 1970s. Converse 1970s follows the design of the first year, and its shape is the same as that of the first year.
The difference between 1970s and ordinary style is shown in details. The 70s toe is not only more sharp but also a little more layered than the classic style. The 70s sole is milky white with yellowish ribbon. It is thicker than the ordinary style sole. There are two more lines on the side. It has replaced a softer insole and has a better texture than the ordinary style.
It not only inherits the characteristics of Converse, but also makes the majority of sneakers shine at their feet. Compared with the classic style, the 1970s toe is not only more sharp, but also adds a little layer feeling. The 70s sole material is milky white, slightly yellowish, thicker than the ordinary style sole, two more lines on the side, replaced with softer insoles, and the texture is better than the ordinary style.
This pair is a pair of shoes with Chuck Taylor. The white body of the shoes adds more interest to Chuck Taylor’s classic logo.
COLORWAY MILK/WHITE-HIGH RISK RED
RETAIL PRICE $125