The classic Chuck Taylor All Star sneaker has been refreshed to give a dainty silhouette reminiscent of a ballet shoe, and a low profile is finished with the classic vulcanized rubber sole.
Converse began in 1908 as a rubber shoe company. And The Chuck Taylor All Star is the one that started it all for Converse. Created in 1917 as a non-skid basketball shoe, the All Star was originally promoted for its superior court performance by basketball mastermind Chuck Taylor. But over the decades, something incredible happened: The sneaker, with its timeless silhouette and unmistakable ankle patch, was organically adopted by rebels, artists, musicians, dreamers, thinkers and originals.