Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Modern Future Canvas Low Top OR

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Modern Future Canvas Low Top OR

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Modern Future Canvas Low Top

The All Star II has a lightweight canvas upper with a feminine, high-top silhouette, a "Funky Chuck" logo at the side, and the classic rubber outsole. As the sales leader, it's not just our shoes that get attention. We want to create a cultural shift in the way our products are perceived, so give it another look in the Converse Chrome ad. This is a shoe that makes a statement, so come dressed to impress.


Conventional wisdom says that you don't mess with something that works, particularly something as widely loved as the Chuck Taylor. But Converse has had some good luck recently mixing things up with its most iconic model. In the span of just a couple years the Chuck Taylor All Star II has become almost as common among street style aficionados as the original. Now the brand is in the process of pushing things even further with the new Chuck Modern collection.

Chuck Taylor All-Stars or Converse All Stars (also referred to as "Converse", "Chuck Taylors", "Chucks", "Cons", "All Stars", and "Chucky Ts") is a model of casual shoe manufactured by Converse (a subsidiary of Nike, Inc. since 2003) that was initially developed as a basketball shoe in the early 20th century. The design of the Chuck Taylor All Star has remained largely unchanged since its introduction in the 1920s. The shoe consists of a stitched upper portion, a toe cap that is usually made of white rubber, and a sole that is usually made of brown or tan rubber. Although Chuck Taylors are made of various materials such as leather or suede, the original and most widely known version of the shoe is made from cotton canvas. The innovative detail of the original shoe was the "loose lining" of soft canvas that was intended to provide flexibility and prevent blisters. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)



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