The All-Star might be an old silhouette, but Converse will not stop innovating and incorporating techs that would improve the shoe. We already saw implementation of Lunarlon and switch of upper into knit, now Hyperfuse upper will be used to give a supportive yet lightweight feel of the shoe. If you are familiar with the first models of Nike Hyperfuse, then that would be the closest comparison you can make. Aside from that, full-length phylon midsole which is soft but denser than the Lunarlon to give alternative option if you are looking for a more firmer cushion source. The shoe retails for $140 and is already available <HERE>. They also have a low-top version which retails for $130.