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Converse Chuck Taylor 2 Low “Reflective Star”

The Converse Chuck Taylor 2 Low Reflective Star is the latest Converse Chuck Taylor 2 to release that debuts just in time for the warmer months.

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This release features a Black canvas upper with 3M reflective star pattern throughout. Tonal metal eyelets and a crispy White rubber midsole and outsole further detail this simple release. Completing the look is a Chuck 2 Lunarlon insole and elastic strap on the tongue for added support.

Take a closer look at this brand new Converse Chuck Taylor 2 Low colorway below and find them available today at select Converse retail stores, including shops like Feature. The retail price tag is set at $75 USD.

Converse Chuck Taylor 2 Low Reflective Star

Converse Chuck Taylor 2 Low Reflective Star

Converse Chuck Taylor 2 Low Reflective Star

Converse Chuck Taylor 2 Low Reflective Star

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