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Converse Weapon Evo - A reinterpretation of the original Converse Weapon from 1984, the EVO mixes a more classic basketball upper on a modern technical chassis. The EVO is the first product to use the Converse Balls cushioning system which was developed for this model. It is also the first performance basketball model to return to the Star Chevron logo. In 2009 this new design direction, technology, and branding spreads to the rest of the collection.
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Converse Transition - Finnish Line Exclusive entry price point performance hoops shoe
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Converse Transition - Finnish Line Exclusive entry price point performance hoops shoe
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Converse Transition
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Converse Wade Team Clutch - From the Commercial video shoot.
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Converse Switch Proposal
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Converse Switch Proposal
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Converse Switch Proposal
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Court Classic - Proposal rendering
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Court Classic - Proposal rendering
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Court Classic - Proposal rendering
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Converse 0101 - evolution sketch
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Converse Weapon Evo - A reinterpretation of the original Converse Weapon from 1984, the EVO mixes a more classic basketball upper on a modern technical chassis. The EVO is the first product to use the Converse Balls cushioning system which was developed for this model. It is also the first performance basketball model to return to the Star Chevron logo. In 2009 this new design direction, technology, and branding spreads to the rest of the collection.
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Converse Weapon Evo - A reinterpretation of the original Converse Weapon from 1984, the EVO mixes a more classic basketball upper on a modern technical chassis. The EVO is the first product to use the Converse Balls cushioning system which was developed for this model. It is also the first performance basketball model to return to the Star Chevron logo. In 2009 this new design direction, technology, and branding spreads to the rest of the collection.
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Converse Weapon Evo - A reinterpretation of the original Converse Weapon from 1984, the EVO mixes a more classic basketball upper on a modern technical chassis. The EVO is the first product to use the Converse Balls cushioning system which was developed for this model. It is also the first performance basketball model to return to the Star Chevron logo. In 2009 this new design direction, technology, and branding spreads to the rest of the collection.
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Converse Weapon Evo - A reinterpretation of the original Converse Weapon from 1984, the EVO mixes a more classic basketball upper on a modern technical chassis. The EVO is the first product to use the Converse Balls cushioning system which was developed for this model. It is also the first performance basketball model to return to the Star Chevron logo. In 2009 this new design direction, technology, and branding spreads to the rest of the collection.
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Converse Weapon Evo - A reinterpretation of the original Converse Weapon from 1984, the EVO mixes a more classic basketball upper on a modern technical chassis. The EVO is the first product to use the Converse Balls cushioning system which was developed for this model. It is also the first performance basketball model to return to the Star Chevron logo. In 2009 this new design direction, technology, and branding spreads to the rest of the collection.
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Converse Weapon Evo - A reinterpretation of the original Converse Weapon from 1984, the EVO mixes a more classic basketball upper on a modern technical chassis. The EVO is the first product to use the Converse Balls cushioning system which was developed for this model. It is also the first performance basketball model to return to the Star Chevron logo. In 2008 this new design direction, technology, and branding spreads to the rest of the collection.
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Converse Weapon EVO - Photos from the Band Of Ballers Converse Weapon EVO launch even in NYC featuring Asher Roth, Jim Jones, Pac Div, Diplo and more.
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Converse Weapon EVO - Photos from the Band Of Ballers Converse Weapon EVO launch even in NYC featuring Asher Roth, Jim Jones, Pac Div, Diplo and more.
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Converse Weapon EVO - Photos from the Band Of Ballers Converse Weapon EVO launch even in NYC featuring Asher Roth, Jim Jones, Pac Div, Diplo and more.
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Converse Weapon EVO - Photos from the Band Of Ballers Converse Weapon EVO launch even in NYC featuring Asher Roth, Jim Jones, Pac Div, Diplo and more.
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Converse Weapon EVO - Photos from the Band Of Ballers Converse Weapon EVO launch even in NYC featuring Asher Roth, Jim Jones, Pac Div, Diplo and more.
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Converse Weapon EVO - Photos from the Band Of Ballers Converse Weapon EVO launch even in NYC featuring Asher Roth, Jim Jones, Pac Div, Diplo and more.
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Converse Weapon EVO - Photos from the from page of Converse.com launching the weapon EVO. Limited edition Energy Colorway by Dana Woulfe.
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Converse Weapon EVO - Detail of the Converse Weapon EVO, launched August 2009
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Converse Weapon EVO - Detail of the Converse Weapon EVO, launched August 2009
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Converse Weapon EVO - Detail of the Converse Weapon EVO, launched August 2009
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Converse Weapon EVO - Detail of the Converse Weapon EVO, launched August 2009
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Converse Weapon EVO - Detail of the Converse Weapon EVO, launched August 2009
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Converse Weapon EVO - Early sketches from the design process.
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Converse Weapon EVO - Early sketches from the design process.
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Converse Weapon EVO - Early sketches from the design process.
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Converse Weapon EVO - Early sketches from the design process.
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Converse Weapon EVO - Early sketches from the design process.
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Converse Weapon EVO - Inline Colorway
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Converse Weapon EVO - Inline Colorway
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Converse Weapon EVO - Inline Colorway
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Converse Weapon EVO - Inline Colorway
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Converse Weapon EVO - Inline Colorway
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Converse Weapon EVO - Outsole view showing broken hairing bone, heel cushioning balls, cored midfoot and forefoot flex zone.
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Converse Clutch 2
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Converse D1 Lace
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Converse Cross Over
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Converse Sicks
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Converse Sicks Lineage - A variety of vintage products that inspired the Sicks.
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Converse Sicks - Tooling and colorways with Brian Kutsch. Developed with Alex Alpert and Jim Chute.
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Design Direction > Converse Basketball Fall 10 - Fall 10 season of Converse Basketball. Team, Damion Silver, Brian Kutsch, Dana Woulfe and Tim Liles. Vision for advance cushioning technology development, new performance product, new lifestyle models and carry over color ups.
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Early concept sketch
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Early concept sketch
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Early concept sketch
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Early concept sketch
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Early concept sketch
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Early concept sketch
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Early concept sketch
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Converse One Star Seeker - One of the last shoes I did with the Converse One Star team. The larger collection was around a theme of American Road Trip
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One Star Seeker
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Converse One Star Seeker - Snapshot of some of the ideas explored through early rough sketches
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Converse One Star Seeker - Final rendering
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Converse PRODUCT(RED) 2011

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