Converse is offering its Pro Leather 1980 Low in a sleek new colorway. The counterpart to its white 1990 iteration, the silhouette arrives with a tonal black upper, and utilizes leather from the toebox to the panel and stretchy knit fabric on the heel counter. Contrasting hits of mint green land on the eyelets, collar lining and insole, while blue and orange make their way on to the lace tips and drawcord adjustment button, respectively. Branding can be found on the retro Pro Star panel logo in blue and monochromatic Converse All Star heel tag, tied together with black laces and resting on a grey mudguard and white midsole.
The Converse Pro Leather 1980 Low “Black” is available now on HBX for $98 USD.
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