CONVERSE JACK PURCELL KASURI FIRST STRING

September 19th, 2012

‘Kasuri’ is the Japanese word for a fabric woven with threads that have been pre-dyed to produce a motif. In these two Jack Purcell’s it is the mix of both solid-dyed and resist-dyed fabrics that create the speckled pattern in the overlay. Both the Johnny Ox and Johnny Hi come with all the expected details of the Converse first-string program, including tortoise shell eyelets, premium comfort innersole and sock lining these two JP’s are more than just incredibly good looking. Check them out after the jump to see for yourself...And before we forget they are also incredibly limited and available now, so don’t sleep!

Posted by uptherestore  |  19 September 2012  |  

 

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