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Converse Chuck Taylor® All Star® Holiday 2008 Premium Footwear Review

Converse Chuck Taylor® All Star® Holiday 2008 Premium Footwear Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 11, 2008
( Rating: 3 Star Rating)

Converse’s Holiday 2008 Premium Footwear Collection brings back sparkling sequins with a twist! With two new styles to choose from, girls can rock comfy, casual shoes that are modern and sophisticated.

Converse’s Holiday 2008 Premium Footwear Collection brings back sparkling sequins with a twist! With two new styles to choose from, girls can rock comfy, casual shoes that are modern and sophisticated and incorporate elements of rock ‘n’ roll and sports culture.

1. Converse Chuck Taylor Electronic All Star Sequins

Downtown-cool infused with glamour, the attention-grabbing Chuck Taylor Electronic All Star Sequin shoes were designed exclusively for the Holiday 2008 season with new details in the sequins that make them sparkle even more. The unique striped sequin pattern gives a black-and-silver version of the shoe a chic, rock ‘n’ roll look. The Chuck Taylor Electronic All Star Sequins collection is available in both hi and oxford and in black and silver sequins that stand out with a clean, stylish sparkle.

2. Converse Chuck Taylor Women’s All Star Light Leather Collection

Modern, clean and a new true original, the Chuck Taylor Women’s All Star Light Leather collection is here for the holidays. Its sleek silhouette in a soft leather upper offers a more feminine and tailored look.


Thumbs up:

  • Cool shoes!
  • This fancy footwear truly shows off your own unique style

  • Thumbs down:

  • Hope stores don’t run out of your size before the holidays!

  • Rating:3

    Price: $80-$99


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