August 2015

Converse revamps classic shoe for comfort

Boston-based Converse in August launched a new version of its classic Chuck Taylor sneaker, reporting the new shoe is redesigned for comfort with technology from its parent company Nike, headquartered in Beaverton, OR.

The Chuck II resembles its original version, sporting the iconic Converse All Star emblem, and is built with Nike’s lightweight Lunarlon foam and arch support. The Chuck II retails for $75, while the classic version, which remains on the market, sells for $55.

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