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Converse Chuck Taylor Well Worn Collection

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The only problem with all the retro releases from footwear brands is that you can totally tell that they aren’t actually old shoes. They look too clean, too shiny, and too new. Correcting that problem is the new Chuck Taylor “Well Worn” Collection from Converse.

Like the name says, these are Chucks that aren’t just styled like they were in the 1980s, but they actually look like you’ve been wearing them (almost) that long.

The collection includes all kinds of different colors and styles, which you can check out at Converse’s online store here, where they start at $65. There are also some pictures in the gallery above, if you just feel like looking for now.

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