The iconic Converse All-Stars sneakers have been around since the early 1900s, since their first appearance in a basketball game. Converse shoes are almost as much an American institution as baseball and apple pie. They are now considered a style staple in casual fashion, thanks to their timeless and comfortable design, and their ability to … Continue Reading

The Converse All-Star Chuck ‘70 is a re-crafted version of the original Chuck Taylor All-Stars released in the 70s. These classic high-tops embody the original shoes, but have some modern finishes like a cushioned footbed and higher rubber foxing. There are still some excellent vintage details like the sidewall stitching and heavy-grade canvas, which allows … Continue Reading

Converse All-Stars have been around since 1912, and since then, their design has not changed that much. While there are more models and high tops available, there have only been minor improvements. One would think the flat sole and lack of foot control contribute to an uncomfortable shoe, and yet they continue to remain a … Continue Reading

A poor craftsman blames his tools. And the NBA stars of the 70s and 80s certainly were not that. From Dr. J to Larry Bird, these now-retro Converse sneakers were once the standard for professional basketball footwear. Now, the Converse Pro Leather Hi’s are a sneakerhead’s guilty pleasure and the quintessential accessories to any alternative … Continue Reading

It seems that Converse sneakers will never go out of style. Whether they’re high-tops or low-tops, Converse kicks have certainly made a name for themselves — so much so that there are countless imitation sneakers out there. But anyone who is a true sneakerhead knows that nothing else can come close to wearing the real … Continue Reading

Converse x Pop Trading Company Jack Purcell Pro Hi / Egret This Jack Purcell Pro High Top Interpretation is Super Clean  There’s just something about Converse sneakers. The classic silhouette is timeless, and comes in an endless variety of bold colours and patterns available that allows sneakerheads to choose something that suits their personal style. … Continue Reading

American fashion and streetwear designer Jerry Lorenzo – founder of the luxury streetwear label Fear of God – has teamed up with Converse for another bold collaboration. The resulting Converse X Fear of God Essentials Skidgrip sneaker reimagines Converse Skidgrip sneaker, giving the classic (yet relatively under-the-radar) 80s shoe a bolder and more vibrant, attention-grabbing … Continue Reading

If you’re in the market for a fresh pair of Chucks to welcome the crisp fall weather, an anticipated collaboration between Converse and Hiroshi Fujiwara is about to launch. Launching on September 3, the Fragment design founder teamed up with Converse to create a fresh new spin on the brand’s beloved Chuck 70. The 7 … Continue Reading

Taking the lead in the sustainability department, Converse Japan recently announced a new range of shoes that have been dyed using food scraps. A collaboration with Food Textile has resulted in a range of Chuck Taylor All Star Hi kicks that have been dyed using waste food scraps. The Food Textile x Converse Japan Chuck … Continue Reading

Some brands are built on exclusivity and some brand aren’t. At $80 a pair, you can’t expect that a pair of Converse or even the new Converse Chuck II will be the sneaker that will help you make a name for yourself on the block for it’s exclusivity. What you can expect, is a fun, … Continue Reading