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Converse Shoes | High Tops, Chuck Taylor All Stars Sneakers

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Somehow forever throwback Thursday cool and modern at the same time, Converse shoes created their own category. The original was the choice for any pursuit that called for sneakers. And non-slip rubber soles. Now that timeless Converse style is perfect paired with anything from skirts to shorts. You can go high top or low top with endless fun in colors, textures, and patterns — so many ways to play it. There is a Converse (or two or three) for everyone in the family. Put a star on it. You deserve it.

High Top

The high-top canvas shoe is a Converse original, a style so iconic the basic silhouette hasn’t changed. What happens with the textures and designs is a whole other matter. As forever new as our capacity for creativity.

Low Top

The low top canvas shoe was introduced later than the high tops (in the 50s). The more casual low top soon became as beloved as the original.

Chuck Taylor All Stars
Love me some Chuck Taylors. Craftsmanship and timeless style provide a canvas for self-expression. Here’s where the name comes from. Basketball star Charles “Chuck" Taylor inspired a restyling of the brand's basketball shoe, which led to the nickname "Chuck Taylors." Converse added Taylor's signature and the all-star patch to the side of the shoe as a reference to him. Thanks, Chuck! 

Classic Basketball Shoes
The classic Converse story began on the court. Originally designed as basketball shoes in the early 1900s, that rubber sole and soft cotton upper were right from the start. Plus, Converse All Stars were the official basketball shoes of the Olympics for over 30 years.

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