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Keep Your Feet Warm & Fuzzy In A Pair Of These Converse Star Player Hi “Shearling” Sneakers

Submitted by on December 16, 2013 – 1:52 pmOne Comment

It has gotten bitterly cold outside over the course of the last couple of weeks, hasn’t it? It feels like just yesterday we were hanging out in T-shirts and shorts out there, and now you can’t even walk down the street without, like, six hoodies, a couple thermals, and a pair of long johns on. And as a result of that, you’ve probably stopped wearing sneakers as often as usual. We don’t blame you one bit, either. When it gets this cold outside, you’re typically going to choose a pair of heavy boots over a pair of sneaks. But if you do still want to wear sneakers when the mercury drops below 32 degrees, you’re probably going to want to wear something that will do everything it can to keep your feet feeling warm and fuzzy.

For that, we present the Converse Star Player Hi “Shearling.” As you can see here, the “Sheraling” sneakers are dope because they feature a suede upper that is heavier and more protective than other types of material. They also feature a hi-top construction that will keep your ankles warm. And above all else, the “Shearling” sneakers have a fur lining around the top of them and on the inside, which is designed to keep your feet warm at all times. The Star Player Hi “Shearling” sneakers also have a minimalistic design that makes them look very clean. We like what Converse has done with these sneakers.

If you’re interested in picking up a pair, there are several different colorways floating around out there right now. The Star Player Hi is available in grey and black colorways and was also just released in a chocolate colorway. Take a look at a few images of the Star Player Hi below and let us know what you think about it. Do you think that you would enjoy wearing a pair of these on your feet on a bitterly cold day in December? After spending some time outside this morning, we’ve definitely just added a pair of these to our “must-have” list this winter.

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