CONVERSE DEBUTS COUNTER CLIMATE COLLECTION

 

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Converse combats the rains head-on with its ultimate counter-climate offering, water-resistant, heat-retaining, comfortable yet stylish Fall/Holiday 2016 collection.

 

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Combining classic sneaker designs with premium weatherized features, the Converse Counter Climate footwear comes in bold colors and several categories – water repellent Shield Canvas, Leather and Rubber, as well as waterproof neoprene.

 

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Treated for DWR (durable water repellant) durability, the Converse Counter Climate Shield Canvas sneakers serve as the wearer’s the first line of defense against wetness.

 

On the other hand, the Converse Counter Climate Rubber gets you winter-ready for holiday season stomping.

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Those who can’t give up their Chucks, rain or shine, will be delighted to slip in the new Converse Chuck Taylor All Star II Shield Canvas sneakers.

 

It blends the enhanced comfort of a Lunarlon sockliner, non-slip padded tongue and micro-suede lining with sturdy materials.

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Converse even added a water repellent Shield Canvas and a gusseted tongue, aside from scrapping the medial eyelets, to make the sneaker better sealed for soggy adventures.

 

The sneakers, available in Black/Volt, Black/Reflective, White/Lava and Black, go for P4,550 and feature reflective heel webbing with barrel laces for more visibility in low light.

 

This fall, stompers can also try out the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star II Rubber.

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The sneakers incorporate a transparent rubber overlay on the iconic Chuck II silhouette, allowing the feet to breathe while repelling the rains.

 

Priced at P5,430, it comes with all the features and benefits of the Chuck II, from the Lunarlon sockliner to the non-slip padded tongue, with beautifully crafted dimensional canvas for breathability, micro-perforated leather lining for comfort and a heat reflecting barrier at the footbed for warmth.

 

For this season, the P4,250 Converse Cons Star in Black, White and Obsidian, likewise gets the Shield Canvas treatment.

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The enhanced comfort of its Lunarlon sockliner goes well with a lightweight and breathable canvas that withstands water.

 

Added features include a gusseted tongue and removed medial eyelets, plus traction rubber on the outsole for additional grip.

 

The P5,590 Converse Jack Purcell Signature collection in Inked and Natural colors introduces a thicker Shield Canvas with a water repellent finish and a tri-color reflective heel stay.

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A mesh lining backing the shield canvas regulates temperatures at various climates while keeping the sneaker breathable. Reflective laces add flare while a gusseted tongue prevents water from seeping into the dual pod Nike Zoom Air insoles.

 

Furthermore, this fall, Converse launched a high top silhouette combined with Counter Climate Shield Canvas – the P5,430 Jack Purcell Signature M-Series in Hot Cocoa and Black.

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Warm, durable and water-repellent, these sneakers deliver all-day, on-the-go comfort. The Shield Canvas complements features like Lunarlon insole cushioning, heat regulating mesh lining and a tri-color reflective heel tab.

 

The Converse Essentials complete the array for the active, on-the-go lifestyle, from Tees, Pullover Hoodies, Full Zip Hoodies and Jogger in Black, Grey, Obsidian and Egret, ranging from P899.75 to P3,339.75.

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Constructed for comfort and fit, this apparel lineup is meant for long-term wear, with durable stitching and a managed shrinkage fit that remains consistent.

 

 

 

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