The classic All Star has been a boon to Nike, which bought Converse in 2003. But as the shoe gets an update, the company is being cautious not to damage its appeal.
A Classic Reinvented After 98 years as the go-to shoe for baseball games, summer adventures, skateboard tricks and more, the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star is getting a makeover. On July 25, as part of its new “Military Collection,” the… The post Converse MA-1 Zip ”Nylon Pack” appeared first on Selectism.
After weeks of teasing, Converse has just released a subtle redesign of its classic Chuck Taylor All Star sneaker, the first major change made by the brand in 98 years, according to Time. Jim Calhoun, president and CEO of Converse, explained that...Show More Summary
We all understand that the Converse Chuck Taylor is one of the most important sneakers of all time but that doesn’t mean that it’s the most comfortable. Technology has come a long way since it’s inception and Converse has finally given the shoe a much deserved upgrade in the ergonomics department. Continue reading…
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.
Shopping for a new pair of Chuck Taylor All Stars anytime soon? You may feel an extra spring in your step.
It only took 98 years, but Converse has finally created a second iteration of the popular Chuck Taylor, with its All Star II That means your punk rock days of bleeding through the pain of a new pair of Chucks are over. Now you can thrash...Show More Summary
If a sneaker can be iconic, then the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star qualifies. In a move that loyal fans will either embrace as long overdue or view as sacrilege, the shoe is receiving its first construction update since debuting 98 years ago. It's all in the name of comfort....
Converse is redesigning its iconic Chuck Taylor All Star to prevent more sore soles.
The Chuck Taylor All Star II features a number of improvements, including a Lunarlon sockliner for more cushioning and support.
It’s the first adaptation of the iconic sneaker since its creation back in 1917.
Boston-based Converse Inc. announced Thursday that a new Chuck Taylor All-Star sneaker will hit retail stores next week, marking the first update to the iconic and well-beloved shoe in its 98-year history.
Converse gives its product line a fresh kick today, as the Nike brand unveils a new version of its iconic rubber-toed, canvas Chuck Taylor sneaker. Dubbed the Chuck Taylor All Star II, the line extension marks an effort by Converse to...Show More Summary
But how do you redesign the Coca-Cola of shoes without becoming the New Coke of shoes? Released for the first time in 1917, the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star is an American design classic. The Chuck's canvas, star-blazoned silhouette...Show More Summary
As train passengers pulled into the Eastern Parkway-Brooklyn Museum subway station on a recent July evening, they were greeted by larger-than-life, two-dimensional footwear. Catching the eye were pairs of Chuck Taylor All Stars in high resolution against stark white backgrounds in a string of Converse advertisements that lined each platform. Show More Summary
Kempt Staff The Chuck Taylor has probably been the most collaborated-on piece of fashion of all time. And on the heels of Margaret Howell’s second-round collab on the iconic sneaker (pictured above), we’d like to show you our favorite Converse x efforts over the years. Lace ’em up.
The Chuck Taylor has probably been the most collaborated-on piece of fashion of all time. And on the heels of Margaret Howell’s second-round collab on the iconic sneaker (pictured above), we’d like to show you our favorite Converse x efforts over the years. Lace ’em up.
Converse is following on the heels of Adidas, releasing three pride-themed Chuck Taylor All Stars to celebrate pride events around the world this month. Two of the shoe designs are dedicated to New York and San Francisco pride, with a...
Comme Des Garcons and Converse have made excellent bedfellows in the past so it's a no-brainer that they'd re-up sooner than later. The wave is set to return to retailers as the two have a new collection coming this summer, which means that they could drop any day now. Continue reading…