BATTLE THE ELEMENTS: CONVERSE DEBUTS NEW COUNTER CLIMATE SHIELD CANVAS COLLECTION
Launching this Fall/Winter 2016, Chuck II Leads Converse Footwear Against the Wet Weather
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Thailand (August 10, 2016) – 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 Shield Canvas Footwear and Apparel Collection. 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 canvas 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. The Converse Counter Climate Shield Canvas sneakers have been given a durable water repellant (DWR) treatment, standing guard as the first line of defense against the rain.
CONVERSE COUNTER CLIMATE SHIELD CANVAS
Converse Chuck Taylor All Star II
Designed for the Chuck Taylor lover who can’t give up their Chucks no matter what the weather, the new Converse Chuck Taylor All Star II Shield Canvas sneaker combines the enhanced comfort of a Nike Lunarlon sockliner, non-slip padded tongue and micro-suede lining with materials that can also withstand most climate challenges. Converse has added a water repellent Shield Canvas and a gusseted tongue, as well as removing the medial eyelets to make a durable sneaker that is ready for wet and rainy adventures. The sneakers also feature reflective heel webbing and barrel laces for added visibility in low light environments.
Converse Chuck Taylor All Star
Shield Canvas is also being introduced to the classic Converse Chuck Taylor All Star. The classic Chuck Taylor All Star features a water repellent Shield Canvas upper, gusseted tongue and no medial eyelets, preventing water from water seeping into the footbed. Reflective materials have also been included that bounce bright accents when hit by bursts of light.
Converse Jack Purcell Signature
The Converse Jack Purcell Signature collection introduces a thicker Shield Canvas with a water repellent finish, and a tri-color reflective heel stay. A mesh lining backing the shield canvas regulates temperatures across a range of climates while still keeping the sneaker breathable. Reflective laces add flare while a gusseted tongue construction will prevent water from seeping into the dual pod Nike Zoom Air insole.
Converse Cons One Star
This season, the Converse Cons Star also receives the Shield Canvas treatment, combining the enhanced comfort of a Nike Lunarlon sockliner with a lightweight and breathable canvas that can also withstand the rain. Added features include a gusseted tongue and removed medial eyelets allowing the sneaker to tolerate wet environments. Traction rubber has also been incorporated to the outsole, providing additional grip.