Converse® All Star Chuck Taylor High Tops
These are the sneakers that started it all. The Converse All Star Chuck Taylor High Tops set the standard for footwear shortly after they were introduced to the world. The Converse All Star was almost universally adopted by professional basketball players because of its ability to prevent ankle injuries, which is something that few shoes of the time could offer. Originally constructed from a canvas material, the shoe’s durable exterior now comes in a number of different materials such as leather and suede. A sticky rubber bottom keeps wearers firmly planted on the ground.
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The Converse All Star design has held up throughout the years, despite being nearly 100 years old. All that time has allowed the shoe’s iconic patch to engrain itself as a cultural mainstay. Although the shoe’s technology is outdated by modern standards, its fashion appeal is undeniable. Over the years, a number of groups have adopted the shoe as their trademark. Lace up a pair of Converse All Stars and hit the town in style.