Jack Purcell Ltt Garment Dye


Jack Purcell was a badminton kingpin back in the day and he even got his own signature shoe from B.F. Goodrich in the mid 1930′s. His iconic design, with it’s forefoot ‘smile’, transcended Jack’s career post-retirement, becoming a performance tennis piece too, and Converse snapped up the rights to make the shoe in the ’70s. Over recent years it has been hard to get hold of certain colour ways of this shoe that refuses to die, but supplies have been pretty plentiful now days with these garment dyed ones heading the pack.

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