Chuck II Leads Converse Footwear Against the Wet Weather With Rubber

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Converse is tackling the elements of weather head-on this season, combining classic sneaker designs with premium weatherized features, with the debut of the Fall/Holiday 2016 Converse Counter Climate Rubber Footwear Collection.

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The new collections provide the necessary tools to combat the climate shifts while emphasizing essential weather-beating benefits. The innovative sneaker collections feature a bold mix of colors and materials including water repellent rubber and waterproof neoprene. This collection is intended to stand up against unpredictable inclement weather.

Each sneaker has been treated to help tackle rainy weather while maintaining comfort and style. For the holiday season, both new and time-honored styles endure the harsh elements with the Counter Climate Rubber collection. These rubber boots and sneakers are winter-ready with water resistant material and heat retention.

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star II Rubber

Another iteration of the Chuck II is the released of the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star II Rubber. By incorporating a transparent rubber overlay on the iconic Chuck II silhouette, this allows for the sneaker to breathe while repelling water and protecting feet from the elements. The sneaker includes all the features and benefits of the Chuck II such as Lunarlon sock liner and a non-slip padded tongue, while adding a beautifully crafted dimensional canvas for breathability, micro-perforated leather lining for comfort, and a heat reflecting barrier at the foot bed for warmth.

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Available Colors: Black, Buff, Obsidian
Suggested retail price: Php 5,430

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Chuck II Leads Converse Footwear Against the Wet Weather With Rubber

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