The low top features faint patterns to imitate a pocket square, one with a paisley print last seen on the Converse Chuck Taylor All converse high tops Star "Ensign Blue" pair and the other places interwoven spirals in a dark red, both in a lightweight cotton material. Grab a better look after the click and pick up your size via Feature Sneakers.It's known around the world for the smiling' toe and black converse is most popular in the original lowtop silhouette, but this new Converse Jack Purcell hightop suggests a higher cut is more than welcome.
But one area where tennis sneakers excel is in the casual space, where a model like the Jack Purcell has been able to remain relevant by taking on countless themes and variations. The Converse Jack Purcell RLY Leather Saddle integrates timeless Oxford design elements including a two-toned leather build and brogue perforations, as well as relatively thick corded laces the likes of which we've not seen from other white converse saddle shoe hybrids or really any notable releases (even with an abundance of boot and trail styles available this fall). Let us know which pair looks best after you've seen both in detail below and check the Bay because these Converse Japan releases are pretty hard to come by here in the US.
Featuring the classic yet casual lifestyle aesthetic, there's a lot more to this Jack Purcell model than the eye can catch, as an Ortholite footbed features Nike Zoom Air technology for an extra comfortable ride. The sneaker features a durable duck canvas while contrast stitching arrives throughout. An off-white herringbone midsole adds a pre-aged finish. Available in both black and white, we're still waiting on a stateside release date. More after the break.It seems like more and more sneakerboot models show up every year, and now even the classic Converse Jack Purcell transforms from a low-profile tennis shoe to a rugged winter-ready boot.
Introducing the Jack Purcell S Series Boot, featuring a weather-resistant and premium Alpine leather upper with converse off white a neoprene inner sleeve that pairs with a Lunarlon insole for foot-hugging comfort and cushion. Of course, it's all topped of with the iconic "smile" toe cap for the signature Jack Purcell style.It seems strange that one of the most beloved silhouettes from Converse is one originally designed for a badminton champion, and yet here we are. The Converse Jack Purcell returns with the Tortoise Pack, two new pairs that take a simple approach to the sneaker to really shine a light on the materials used one in black canvas, the other in a light grey nubuck.