After 98 years, the folks at Converse have introduced the first redesign to their iconic Chuck Taylor All-Stars. While the outside boasts only a slight update, the inside is where things received the real facelift. Converse teamed with Nike and their Lunarlon material, which lines the shoe's innards. It’s a lightweight, virtually breathable fabric that is incorporated into many of Nike’s basketball shoes.

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Another notable difference is the price. The Chuck II, as they’re being called, will be available for purchase at around $70 or $75, according to Gizmodo. (Pre-sales are already sold out.)

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