Special Version Of Chuck Taylor
Converse developed for this season a special version of their Chuck Taylor. They mixed the best details from a 1970s version of the Chuck with premium materials. So, an archival style with modern features.
OrthoLite Insole For Extra Comfort
One of the main key modern features is that it has more cushioning to keep you looking, and above all, feel good all day. They put an OrthoLite insole for extra comfort. This edition is a low top style with an archival star print in indigo blue with white, and a winged tongue stitching for reinforcement. Even on the bottom of the outsole they put stars.
About The Converse Company
The Converse Rubber Shoe Company is an American sneaker brand created by Marquis Mills Converse in 1908. In 1917, the company designed the forerunner of the modern All-Star, name as ‘Non-Skids’. The shoe was made of a rubber sole and canvas upper and was designed to be a high-performance athletic shoe for basketball players. Something new and different than other brands.
It was the year 1921 an American basketball player, Charles ‘Chuck’ Taylor joined a basketball team sponsored by the Converse Company called The Converse All-Stars. Charles Taylor was a salesman for the Converse company, but also played basketball and gave basketball clinics in high schools all over the country. After the basketball clinics, Charles Taylor used to sell the All-Stars sneakers too. Soon a lot of basketball players worn the All-Stars.