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Be careful about these new Aero Jams. They could be watered down because
Converse is now a "Lifestyle" company. So don't expect REACT, or even
adequate cushioning for balling. Remember that modern construction
techniques means cheap build. Buyer beware! See quotes below."Converse
is constantly looking for ways to push the boundaries of street style
and weâre thrilled to bring back the Aerojam as a lifestyle sneaker
and introduce the new Anarchy style," says Darin O'Brien, VP,
Converse CONS. "With a 90s influence on a modern sneaker, this
collection celebrates street culture in a sport-inspired world.""In
the midst of a 90s street culture resurgence, the look of this sneaker
feels fresh with a lighter and more comfortable modern fabrication..."
1 month ago on Converse Aero Jam
The Converse CONS Anarchy looks like a lazy man's Converse Weapon that went through a 2010's lifestyle blender. It is influenced by 80's, not 90's "something" culture. The Star Player is not much better. Only the Aero Jam retro (except the change in font and the lack of the 2) has my attention. I hope they did not water it down any when they made it "lighter". When they say "street culture", they should have said basketball culture, because that is where it came from (and what Converse is mostly forsaking).
1 month ago on Converse CONS Collection for Foot Locker, Eastbay, and Champs
How about a red-white-blue one (sample of Ben Wallace would-be PE):
1 month ago on Converse Aero Jam – Black – Peacock Blue
Nike can make up for the late release by adding this to NIkeID :-)
I wish it had dropped a month ago. I would have bought 10 pairs for a local HS basketball team!
Keep in mind that these are hyperfuse performance basketball shoes for $75, not fancied up Chucks. That puts it in perspective.
10 months, 3 weeks ago on Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Pro Fusion Mid