Footwear label Converse introduces its signature Pro Leather 1980 sneaker model in a new colorway that spotlights a plethora of contrasting elements. The sneaker arrives to complement the brand's white 1990 version of the model and this time around, the sneaker is complete in tonal black throughout the uppers. It is constructed from leather materials all the way from the toe box to the panel all the way to the stretched knit fabric found on the heel counter.
There are mint green details on the collar lining, the insole, and eyelets alongside white blue and orange found at the drawcord adjustment button and lace tips. Branding details are informed by the Pro Star logo in blue with the brand's All Star heel tag in a monochromatic manner.
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