A Converse CONS sneaker icon, the CONS Weapon gets modernized with a ground-up redesign for a style-driven street wear aesthetic Christmas season is a gift-giving season and one of the biggest challenges for anyone this time of the year is choosing the perfect gift that his loved one would surely love.
When buying a gift people always consider two important things: style and comfort. And what kind of gift would better fall under these two qualifications than a new pair of Converse sneakers?
Converse offers a wide array of sneaker designs this season that will surely prove that anyone can be iconic in each step he takes while combining style and comfort.
In pop culture, the icon is often associated to Converse. The brand has already stamped a timeless identity into the market, making it a reliable brand for various group ages.
Over the years, it did not lose its luster despite continuous alterations and improvements.
To keep tabs with the changing times and to be at par with the modern street culture, Converse is regularly refining and remastering its craft.
Staying true to its platform of gearing sneaker heads with a modernized array, Converse debuted the CONS Fall 2014 Sneaker Collection last August.
This contemporary take on the classic CONS roster promises more comfort than ever before.
A pair boasts enhanced durability and comfort with innovative Lunarlon sockliner, perforated memory foam, and a gusseted tongue construction.
For starters, sports fanatics can now enjoy the CONS Weapon design which combined tech innovation with classic colors and notable design elements from the original iconic CONS silhouette.
Available in dual shades of black white, black purple, red yellow, and solo colors of white and black, this sleek sneaker may resemble your typical rubber shoes but there is more to it than just that.
It is recalibrated with a sleek, streamlined silhouette, updated construction, a bold logo on the tongue and a signature Y bar and an Internal Y Bar for added comfort.
Low-cut lovers may also feast on CONS Weapon Skate.
Taking pride of its elevated skateboarding functional design, it also has a drop-in Lunarlon sockliner for a light and plush cushioning.
One’s feet can also breathe easily with its mesh underlay on the hallmark Star Chevron. Varying from colors navy sparklur, lucky stone black, and black red, this sneaker also has a traction rubber that enhances grip and durability with perforated memory foam that will prevent the ankle from a snug performance.
Another low-cut highlight is the CONS Malden Racer model which is available in black, oxheart, navy, black, and auburn.
It played with waxed canvas and suede – something appropriate for the colder season.
One may also be reminiscent of the classic 80s style because of its matte black color blocking which will surely snag the attention of a creative eye.
Taking it a level higher, meanwhile, is the vintage-inspired CONS Malden Arctic in shades of black, moonlight, and auburn.
The amalgamation of leather and suede epitomizes seasonal comfort and style.
It has a debossed Star Chevron logo, outfitted with a bootie construction and lugged outsole to protect the feet from the chilly climate.
For those who would rather opt for an overall leather goodness, CONS Pro Leather comes in three colors – natural, black, and admiral.
This union of technology and skateboarding performance has a medial underlay vent for breathability and gusseted booty construction for comfort.
Converse Skateboarding Ambassador Kenny Anderson also did not deviate from the original CONS design; hence, improved it instead.
With the CONS KA-II, seasonal colors and tones were used to radiate a skater’s creative spirit and streetwise energy.
In the shades of natural and lagoon, this low-cut sneaker also boasts enhanced durability through the medial underlay vent and provides improved grip and durability through the CONS Flex Cup technology.
The fast-paced world does not call for negative change and Converse lives up to that.
The brand is on a roller coaster that only goes up – providing consumers with a spectacle of sneakers long-loved since then but with a whole new twist.