This is the Chuck Taylor All Star II, the first major update to Converse's iconic sneaker in 98 years. The exterior may look similar to the original, but many details have been rethought. The canvas has a softer, slicker finish, the tongue is nonslip, and the circular ankle patch is now embroidered.
The updated Chuck Taylor 70 celebrates the original Converse ‘70s while using modern design and style to create the perfect re-crafted throwback. Featuring vintage details featured on the original and classic All Star with modern updates like cotton canvas, high rubber siding and a more cushioned footbed, the Chuck Taylor All Star ‘70s bring back the look and feel of a ‘70s era cour Chuck.
The Converse Chuck Taylor II retains the iconic Chuck Taylor silhouette you know and love, but is built to better meet the demands of your on-the go-lifestyle. The Chuck Taylor II is equipped with Lunarlon insole cushioning, a padded non-slip tongue and soft micro-suede lining and is available in a variety of colors and materials for men, women, boys and girls.
converse classic chuck taylors Recognized for its cultural authenticity and classic silhouette, Converse Classic Chuck Taylors are one of the most recognizable shoes around. As the most iconic sneaker in the world, the All Star’s classic colors and durable quality have shaped the sneaker world.
Throughout the years, Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars made a shift from athletic sportswear to casual footwear. Originally an elite basketball shoe, the Chuck Taylor All Star evolved into the shoe of choice for many subcultures, particularly artists and musicians.
In a 149-page ruling made public on Friday, Administrative Law Judge Charles Bullock spelled out his Nov. 17 ruling – which found Converse not only held a valid trademark on the layout of the famous canvas sneaker, but that Wal-Mart Stores Inc., Skechers USA Inc. and New Balance Athletics Inc. had all infringed it by selling look-alike shoes.