Converse 1970s Chuck Taylor All Star Collection

They might not look that different at first glance, but the Converse 1970s Chuck Taylor All Star Collection ($70-$85) really isn't the same as the Chucks you'll find at your local Journeys store. Re-crafted to the specifications of the All Star of the '70s, these now-iconic shoes feature slightly higher rubber foxing around the sole, added cushioning — definitely a welcome change — stitching on the sidewall, a vintage plate on the heel, a more substantial toe box, and a heavier canvas upper. The black and white versions are available now at select shops, with more original colors arriving later this year.

  • Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Made in Maine Boot

    We're not going to tell you that you'll be able to recognize it as the iconic sneaker right away, but this Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Made in Maine Boot ($350) is awfully cool nonetheless. Built entirely in the USA through a partnership with the Highland Shoe Company, the boot features oiled Chamois Horween leather, a rugged Vibram Jumbo Rippe outsole, leather board construction to allow for re-soling in the future, and white contrast stitching. Available tomorrow exclusively at select Converse and First String retailers, it's limited to just 80 pairs — so you'd best go line up now.

  • ThermaCell Heated Insoles

    Anyone who's spent long hours out in the cold can tell you that while your hands, face, arms, and legs can get cold, nothing will send you reeling for the warmth of an indoor shelter faster than cold feet. ThermaCell Heated Insoles ($120-$200) are designed to prevent this by heating your boots/shoes from the inside out. Powered by rechargeable lithium polymer batteries embedded in the insoles, they're controlled via a remote that offers off, medium (100º), and high (110º) settings.

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