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Converse Chuck Taylor 2 “Sodalite Blue” Pack

The brand new Converse Chuck Taylor 2 Sodalite Blue Pack offers two brand new colorways of the Chuck Taylor 2 in both a High Top and Low Top versions.

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Both models are constructed with Blue canvas uppers that’s paired with complimenting eyelets and laces. White detailing hits the Converse patch at the heel, as well as sitting atop an all-White midsole for a nice contrasted touch. Finishing off the design is a micro neoprene build that provides for a non-slip fit, along with its Lunarlon sole.

Take a closer look at the Converse Chuck Taylor 2 “Sodalite Blue” Pack below and find them both available now at select Converse retail stores, including shops like Feature. The retail price tag is set between $70-$75 USD.

Converse Chuck Taylor 2 Sodalite Blue Pack

Converse Chuck Taylor 2 Sodalite Blue Pack

Converse Chuck Taylor 2 Sodalite Blue Pack

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