Brand: PLEASURES x Converse

Model: Pro Leather

Key Features: The classic Pro Leather shoe gets reimagined with a shaggy black suede and crinkled synthetic material. A bold, black and white PLEASURES graphic is featured on the base that includes a four-panel face graphic and a “Stop Lying To Yourself” font.

Release Date: November 21.

Price: $110


Editor’s Notes: After its playful FW19 collection, PLEASURES is back with a new collaboration with Converse, this time working on the Pro Leather. First teased on Instagram, the LA-based brand reimagines the vintage basketball shoe with its own motifs. The Pro Leather was worn by a host of players in the ’70s and ’80s but was popularized by NBA legend Julius "Dr. J" Erving. Look out for the project to drop on November 21 for $110.

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