words // Brandon Richard
This spring, Kenny Anderson's KA-One Vulc CONS pro model is being lined with Nike's Lunarlon cushioning for the very first time.
The drop-in liner is combined with Converse's form-meets-function design aesthetic, molded to provide equal cushioning and resiliency to EVA at 50% of the weight.
In the past, parent company Nike has also lent tech like Flywire and Hyperfuse to its subsidiary.
The all-new Lunarlon version of the KA-One Vulc is available now in Red/Blue, Black and Nine Iron Grey for $60 at Converse.