Converse and their Converse Jack Purcell Womens silhouette are going to have a busy Summer, as today we get a look at another two pair of the classic sneaker as a part of the “Salt Wash Stripe” Collection. Featuring red-white and blue-white varieties, the upper is then run under a salt wash giving a pre-aged faded aesthetic as a clean off-white finishes off the midsole. As always, there are more detailed images after the click and know that you can grab a pair today from Feature Sneakers Boutique.
Over the last two decades, James LaVelle and his Mo’Wax label has been a culturally transcendent platform that has not only reigned influential in music, but also in style forums, working with the likes of NIGO, Medicom Toy and several others. Not only does LaVelle enjoy style, but seemingly sneakers in specific with his favorite silhouette being the Converse Jack Purcell Mens. So to commemorate the 20th anniversary of his brand, he pairs with the American footwear outfitter for a two-piece collection featuring the aforementioned sneaker. Consisting of both the Ox and Mid-Top, the collection begins with the Ox – employing a white debased leather upper with rubber toe cap and metallic gold heel. The Mid-Top, however, works in a stingray leather base in black which plays to the collections theme of “Build & Destroy.” Converse Jack Purcell for Sale feature a similar gold heel and sockliners paired with translucent icy blue outsoles to finish.
The Converse Jack Purcell Discount Shop is a limited-edition sneaker designed by Nike’s legendary HTM team. HTM represents the collaboration between fragment design founder Hiroshi Fujiwara, Nike Vice President of Creative Concepts Tinker Hatfield and NIKE, Inc. President & CEO Mark Parker. An acronym for the first initials of its three contributors, HTM explores new concepts in Nike design, often highlighting the latest technologies and hinting at future applications.
The Converse Jack Purcell Order arrives in two colors — Jetstream and Black — each with a custom botanical print, featuring flora like the exotic Venus flytrap, on goat leather. The Jetstream version represents daytime, evoking designs found in vintage botanical textbooks, which were printed on parchment paper. In contrast, the Black style reminds of the darker, wilder jungle at night.