Converse has borrowed technologies from parent company Nike in the past, allowing them to update some of their long-running styles with high performance features. The latest sneaker to get the Swoosh makeover is the Kenny Anderson signature skateboarding shoe, the KA-Two.

From the outside, this suede style resembles a classic Converse model, almost pushing a lifestyle aesthetic. But don't let the sleek looks fool you, these are ready to ride. A full-length Lunarlon insole is included with the KA-Two, ensuring that your landing is as soft and safe as possible. The classic All-Star traction pattern on the outsole has been updated for enhanced grip on boards.

While no exact release date has been set, you can expect to see the Converse KA-Two at retailers later this year.


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