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Converse x Engineered Garments Military CT1970

Having released a tonal white version of these earlier this season, Converse and Engineered Garments offer up their take on the iconic CT1970 in a military olive. Featured in a mismatched combination of smooth leather, suede and canvas, classic vintage detailing remain in aluminium eyelets, extended rubber foxing and heel plate while a cushioned REACT insole and slip proof rubber outsole round out the details. Releasing at Nepenthes Japan January 12th. Hopefully these become available at stateside retailers at a later time.

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