If you want to check if the weather is great for a stroll, just ask your Chuck Taylors

Imagine glancing down to your shoes and immediately knowing what the weather will be, or walking out of your apartment and seeing the lights flash all red to warn of imminent rain. If you’re itching for a walk during your hour-long lunch break, you can just peek at your shoe to see if that's a good idea. This is what the Converse-sponsored Beacon DIY shoe hack can bring to existing pairs.

To celebrate and promote the brand, Converse recently launched a series of “Chuck Hacks.” For every hack, its iconic shoes serve as blank canvases that creators will build upon. This time, Converse tapped San Francisco-based creative studio Chapter to build this new challenge for Chucks-loving tinkerers.

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