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We’re on our feet most of the day, and we happen to wear a pair of Chuck Taylor All Stars often. This is not an ideal combination. So, for the first time in almost 100 year, Converse is redesigning the iconic sneaker. Meet the Chuck Taylor All Star II. Keeping the aesthetics of the legendary shoe almost to a T, Converse added some of Nike’s Lunarlon cushioning for improved comfort and support, a non-slip tongue, and a perforated micro-suede liner for breathability. The Chuck Taylor All Stars II will be available on July 28 and will come in four different colors. It’s an improvement 100 years in the making.

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