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Converse Chuck Taylor 2 “Engineered Canvas” Pack

The Converse Chuck Taylor 2 Engineered Canvas Pack includes two new renditions of the Converse Chuck Taylor 2 that are both built with an intricate woven textile upper.

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Both pairs are completed with a scenic image of mountainous landscapes. One pair sports a subtle Grey and Tan makeup, while the other in Vibrant Blue and Orange. A leather Converse patch at the heel and White soles finish the look.

Take a closer look at this “Engineered Canvas” Pack below and find both pairs available now at select Converse retail stores, including shops like Feature. The retail price tag is set at $130 USD each.

Converse Chuck Taylor 2 Engineered Canvas Pack

Converse Chuck Taylor 2 Engineered Canvas Pack

Converse Chuck Taylor 2 Engineered Canvas Pack

Converse Chuck Taylor 2 Engineered Canvas Pack

Converse Chuck Taylor 2 Engineered Canvas Pack

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