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A classic shoe that's been a part of music and fashion for decades - converse all stars!


Brand Name: Converse
Established: 1908 – Present Day
Speciality: Footwear and Apparel
Product Lines: Trainers, High Tops, Clothing, Accessories
Fashion Styles: Street Wear, Sports Apparel, Casual Clothing
 

The world famous Converse All Stars began production in 1917 as a comfortable basketball shoe. The brand was soon joined by Charles "Chuck” Taylor, who was a basketball player who worked as a sales man and ambassador for their shoes. In 1923 his signature was added to each pair and these designer trainers are now known as Check Taylor All Star basketball shoes.

Iconic Style Recognised And Beloved Across The World

The high top canvas and rubber shoes are now one of the most easily recognisable styles around. Dominating the sports footwear market from the 1920’s right through to the 1970’s, Converse All Stars were seen as the pinnacle of design and comfort.

The Converse All Stars range is one of the most recognisable in the world with millions of fans wearing their stand-out trainers and high tops. Converse have had massive involvement with a number of sports but the most important one is basketball. The basketball player Charles H. "Chuck” Taylor is a key contributor to the success of their basketball shoes.

Chuck Taylor complained about how they were making his feet hurt so they invited him to make his own collection that he believed was suitable for basketball; these are now known as ‘Chucks’. These shoes are a part of the All Stars range which has contributed majorly to their success, resulting in many new fans.

Since their early days, Converse have managed to solidify their position in the basketball scene for around 70 years and are still worn by a number of NBA players today. As there are thousands of basketball fans around the world, thousands of Converse All Stars are being sold today.

Due to their involvement in music, Converse All Stars have collaborated with a number of artists to create the perfect footwear that musicians would wear. One in particular is Bad Meets Evil which is a rap duo consisting of famous rappers Eminem and Royce da 5’9 and they created some limited edition All Stars shoes with Converse.

Converse often put a number of different musicians together to create a new sound that everyone will love and hopefully create a new genre that will influence some up and coming artists. They have started to do this every summer to give people a chance to listen to real music while relaxing in the sun.

Converse All Stars - More Than Just Sports Shoes!

As Converse All Stars is a well-known brand they have attracted a number of brilliant artists to their cause. Some of the artists they have done this with include:
  • Paloma Faith
  • Kid Cudi
  • Hot Chip
  • Graham Coxon
  • Best Coast
  • Rostam Batmanglij
Basketball is one of the main themes of the Converse All Stars range as a lot of them were created by Chuck Taylor. Their trainers used to be the official footwear for the National Basketball Association over 40 years ago. However, they are still being worn today by some of the best NBA players including Kirk Hinrich, Kyle Korver, Louis Williams, Maurice Evans, Luke Harangody and Udonis Haslem. Although Converse All Stars are not the official shoes of the NBA they still make an impact on the basketball scene.

It is fair to say that Converse All Stars are this company’s most recognisable range and have continued to impress people around the world. As more and more people are hearing of All Stars the number of different designs continues to increase. For instance, there are All Stars sandals, Neon coloured shoes, slip ons, high tops, canvas and many others in their selection.

As all of Converse All Stars shoes are made with the strongest and most comfortable materials there is no doubt that they will last for a very long time after purchase due to the durability of each shoe.
 
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