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converse sneakers womens black So it goes with the Converse All Star.  There is scarcely a mention of the Chuck Taylor that doesn’t include the word icon, or some variation thereof.  To be fair, the facts do speak for themselves; the Chuck Taylor has been around for over a hundred years, and has racked up over a billion pairs sold.  The shoe is definitely an icon, but leaving the story there feels a lot like filling in ‘B’ and heading over to the cafeteria to beat the long lines.

converse sneakers pink and white Converse expands their Chuck 70s line with a capsule of high and low silhouettes. The brand looks to the 70's for inspiration on their latest offering - constructing each with a vintage washed canvas, coupled with a yellowed midsole for a classic 70s look. Blue and red piping around the midsole, as well as Converse branding at the heel, side panels and insole finish the collection off with a signature touch.

converse sneakers for men 2019 The Chuck Taylor's are an all time classic. They can be worn with almost anything and they're a shoe you should ALWAYS have in your rotation. I love the Chuck 70 iterations that have dropped in the last few years because they add a more premium feel to the sneaker making it feel more like a vintage pair.

converse chuck taylor all star oxThe Converse One Star has developed a tough rep over the years. Establishing a strong countercultural following, the sneaker has a raw energy that resonates with it’s idealistic young wearers. It’s honest simplicity stood out when the footwear industry was engaged in a technological arms race, and rebellious rockers and skaters on the fringe took it into the fold. It’s also worth noting that decades before all of this, the fledgling basketball shoe went through it’s own adolescence, attempting to carve out a place among a changing game. From sporting icon to cultural outsider, the One Star has had an exciting life.