The Waterproof Chuck Taylor 1970s Hiker Is Here To Combat Cold Weather
These retro-inspired Chucks come with fleece lining and ultra-modern materials.
The latest Converse Chuck Taylor All Star drop is inspired by a classic model from the 1970s, with its rough-hewn canvas and overall laid-back look.
The latest All Star iteration, dubbed the Chuck Taylor All Star 1970s Hiker, has been melded with the winterized sneaker boot technology of today to battle wet and wintry weather.
The canvas has been waterproofed, and fleece lining also helps battle off the aforementioned elements while keeping your toes warm (bonus).
A vulcanized rubber sole will help you keep your footing on slippery ground.
Other standout features of these handsome high tops include a vintage heel plate and a rear pull tab, which add to the retro vibe.
Contrast stitching also speaks to Converse’s commitment to solid craftsmanship.
The Chuck Taylor All Star 1970s Hiker Medium is now available in olive green, navy and black through Haven.
The olive green and navy options run for $102 while the all black choice goes for $110.
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