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We played high school basketball in Converse Pro Leather high-tops in red on white leather. We loved those shoes, and so did just about anyone else who spent time on the court in a pair of Cons. The brand struggled when new brands jumped into the b-ball fray. Converse filed for bankruptcy, and they disappeared from the basketball scene completely in 2012. Under parent company Nike, Cons looks to make a resurgence with their All Star Pro BB, a shoe that captures the ethos of Cons but infuses new materials and tech into it. The shoe uses a single layer of foot-comformingNike Quadfit canvas mesh for the upper along with a streamlined rubber outsole for a clean look. The new shoe will drop in May at a price of $140 and will come in white and black, both of which capture the All Star look in a fresh and almost futuristic way.

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Our phones are capable of engaging the flash as a light, but they’re not a proper flashlight or headlamp like Ledlenser’s options. Case in point–the Ledlenser MH5. In addition to being a best-in-class wearable headlamp with up to 400 lumens of bright, white light and an advanced focus system, it also includes magnetic USB charging and an innovative mounting system that allows it to quickly convert into a handheld light that can also be clipped to your gear. You want the best way to power up the night, so get your Ledlenser MH5 Headlamp today.