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Converse Brand

Converse sneakers have been iconic footwear since they were introduced in the early 20th century. Their timeless design, youth culture associations, and versatile style have made Converse a brand beloved by all generations.

Throughout history, Converse has been associated with a range of subcultures and movements, such as punk, rock 'n' roll, and streetwear. Converse sneakers have gained a lot of popularity due to their association with musicians, artists, and rebellious youth. Converse shoes are often associated with counterculture, individuality, and self-expression.

Nike Lunarlon Technology

From a sticky marshmallow consistency to a walking on-clouds feeling, over years of testing Nike has developed the Lunarlon Technology to enhance every step of your day.

The perfect blend of foam and air meet in the Lunarlon lightweight insole to provide you with responsive cushioning and unmatched comfort, either if you are taking them out for a walk or a run.

Sneaker Design

Along with the famous Converse Run Star Hike and Converse Chuck 70 models, Converse has collaborated on several silhouettes over the years. Comme Des Garcons x Converse, Dior x Converse, Keith Haring x Converse, Pop Trading x Converse, Golf Le Fleur x Converse are just a few of Converse's diverse and stylish collaborations.

Converse sneakers are a popular choice for individuals of all ages, genders, and fashion sensibilities, making them the perfect footwear for a variety of occasions thanks to their wide appeal.

The History Of Converse

Converse office 1908


Marquis Mills Converse founded Converse Rubber Shoe Company in Malden, Massachusetts.

Converse basketball shoe 1917


Converse introduced the All-Star basketball shoe, which later became the iconic Converse Chuck Taylor All Star, designed to enhance performance.

Converse All Star logo


A circled star is introduced as the iconic Converse All-Star logo.

Converse Jack Purcell black


Featuring a smiley toe cap, Converse releases the Jack Purcell signature shoe, named after the Canadian badminton player.

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star low-top white


Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star low-top shoes expand the range of options for consumers.

Black converse shoe and skateboard


Originally designed for basketball, the Converse One Star was later adopted by skateboarders and counterculture movements.

Converse One Star OG on feet


One of the earliest leather basketball shoes on the market, Converse Pro Leather is released. A variety of famous people wear Converse trainers, including sports stars, rock stars, skaters, surfers, and skateboarders. The One Star, released in 1974, made Converse more popular and remains very popular today.

Posters of Converse shoes worn during NBA games


Over the years, Chuck Taylor has become a staple in the US sportswear scene due to both the All Star Pro and Leather Pro being worn by legends in the NBA during the 1970s and 1980s.

Air Max 90 with Converse All Star logo on the heel


A collection of premium Chuck Taylor All Stars was crafted by Converse in collaboration with fashion designer John Varvatos. Despite this, the oldest sports shoe company closed its doors in 2001. Nike purchased the company for $309 million two years after it filed for bankruptcy. Converse's "Century Project" collection features collaborations with designers and artists to celebrate its 100th anniversary.

 Black Converse Chuck II featuring Nike Lunarlon cushioning


In the Chuck II, Nike Lunarlon cushioning is introduced for enhanced comfort.

Converse Today

This company has sold more than 750 million rubber-soled sneakers in 144 countries, all based on the original Converse All Stars.

The Chuck Taylor All Star, a classic Converse sneaker, has played a key role in Converse sneakers' success today. With their clean lines, rubber sole, and canvas upper, these shoes have become a go-to shoe for those seeking a versatile and effortlessly cool shoe over the years.

Customers can also customize their Converse sneakers by choosing colours, patterns, and even adding their own designs using platforms such as Converse's "Custom Chuck" program. Converse sneakers can be customized to express your individuality and self-expression, becoming a canvas for displaying your own personal style. Due to their adaptability and enduring style, they have enjoyed great success in modern times.

Did you know?

Converse introduced the "All-Star" basketball shoe in 1917, but it was not until a few years later that the famous basketball player Charles "Chuck" Taylor joined the Converse sales team and significantly contributed to its development and marketing.

Chuck Taylor's name was added to Converse's ankle patches, creating the now-famous "Chuck Taylor All-Star" line.