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These Converse Sneakers Add Burlap Texture to Your Feet

Tyler, The Creator's Golf le Fleur Burlap collection is in Manila.
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The Converse Burlap pack by Golf Wang, the streetwear company of Tyler, The Creator, features two Chuck Taylor 70s, with one in that earthy brown burlap texture and the other with a clean off-white upper. Both colorways features Golf le Fleur's logo on the tongue and side. A One Star Ox, the low-top option, is also available in the burlap material. 

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Note the textures: The burlap sneakers are made of jute, which is the vegetable fabric used in the construction of burlap sacks, while the off-white Chuck 70 features an upper reminiscent of vintage parchment. All are easy ways to add interest to an jeans-and-T-shirt rig. 

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The shoes are available at Popcorn General Store, which houses streetwear brands like Supreme, ASSC, RIP n DIP, Pleasures, FR2, Daily Paper, FDMTL, among others. These are now here, but in limited quantities. Head on over.  

The Golf Le Fleur collection (P7,590 each) drops today at Popcorn General Store, Greenbelt 3.

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