Converse turned Woolrich’s classic blanket fabric and patterns into uppers for these awesome Chuck Taylor All Star high top, low top, street hiker and high rise shoes. The high and low Chucks are customizable.
Converse joins the sneakerboot game with these winter-ready Chucks. The Tekoa has a molded heel for grip, a rubber overlay on the upper for waterproofing and a high collar and padded tongue for warmth. Available in brown/black and all black.
The people’s shoe receives tech from parent company Nike. With a Lunarlon sockliner, a foam-padded collar and a perforated micro suede liner, the Chucks II should be significantly more comfortable than the original. Drops 7/28.
Converse First String – the brand’s arm for its limited edition products – will soon release a special edition of the Auckland Racer. It will have a terry cloth upper and tone-on-tone stitching, giving it a soft and worn-out look.
The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Rasta Cap High sports the iconic Rastafari green, gold and red colors on its midsole. It also has an upper made of knit cloth. Available in gray and black.
Converse’ best-selling Chuck Taylor line gets a vintage military-inspired boot form. Has a powdered suede upper (non-waterproof) and heavy-duty laces. Available in brown and black.
Add another pair of Chucks to your shoe rack. The Converse Chuck Taylor Collar Break has a heavy, coated canvas upper, leather collar and pull tab. It also has a leather ankle patch and waxed laces.
Offering intricately handpainted sneakers and high-tops, Bangkok, Thailand’s WHAT’s Shop customizes shoes with everyone from Daft Punk to Chucky, and Darth Vader to The Dark Knight.
The latest Chuck Taylor All Star collection showcases a variety of famous DC Comics characters, including Batman, the Flash, Superman, the Riddler and Catwoman. (Thanks Jean-Marc!)
Nintendo teamed up with Converse to make these sweet Super Mario Chuck Taylor sneakers to celebrate the game’s 25th anniversary. Seems like they’ll be exclusive to Japan though.
Converse and Ace’s Chuck Taylor All Star Bosey shoe has a sneaker feel, but with rugged boot detailing taken from vintage waders and shoes Converse created for 1940’s US military training.
Wingtips plus sneakers? Who would have thought of this combination? Yet Converse pulled it off, and these are not merely decent, they actually look cool. We hope this counts as formal wear.
Converse reminds us that they don’t just make Chucks with teaser pics of the Free Agent, high cut shoes with a sleek form, black leather and tan accents. These dope kicks will be out this Fall.
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