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The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star is one of the most legendary Converse trainers of all time, and it's been more popular than ever as of recent months. Originally introduced all the way back in the 1930s, the Chuck Taylor All Star remains a classic sneaker that has more than earned a rightful place in the collection of sneakerheads across the globe. Whether you’re looking for a pair to wear on a day-to-day basis or simply a fresh pair to spice up your rotation, the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star will seldom let you down.
The legendary basketball shoe is crafted from durable classic canvas and rubber that creates the midsole and toe cap, with the label's signature star logo featured on the medial side. Rumour has it that Chuck Taylor's were originally created when the basketball player of the same name walked into Converse's office complaining about sore feet. Since then, thousands of different variations have been made, with the brand thriving off the success of Taylor's signature model. The Chuck Taylor All Star is widely recognised to be the first ever mass produced basketball shoe in the world, and for that reason alone we believe that the silhouette deserves a spot in the sneaker hall of fame!
Both high and low top variants of the Chuck Taylor have proved similarly successful over the last year or two, with high-heat collaborations coming in a plenty since Converse joined forces with Nike.