These black and white Converse 'Chuck Taylor All Star 70s' high-top sneakers are a classic wardrobe staple that every Browns man must own, for after all these iconic trainers have truly stood the test of time (for approximately 100 years to be exact...). Originally designed for professional basketball players in 1917 (fun fact of the day), these classic high-tops are re-imagined in a comfortable yet durable fabrication for 2016.
•Black and white 'Chuck Taylor All Star 70s' high-top sneakers. •Ivory round toe. •White lace-up front. •Silver-tone eyelets. •White top stitching. •Ivory rubber sole. •Brand logo patch at the side. •Vintage license plate at the heel.
•True to size; take your normal size. •WEDGE: 2.5 cm / 1 inches
MEET THE DESIGNER
C is for… cult. And converse. And the two are inextricably bound together, of course. After all, how many other footwear brands do you know that have been around since 1908? Yes 1908. Edward VII was King, Ernest Shackleton had just set sail for Antarctica and construction of the Titanic was yet to begin (just to put this into context). Beginning as a rubber shoe company, they started to use rubber to make sneakers and in 1920 their canvas basketball sneakers were renamed the ‘All Star’. Reiterated more times than we care to imagine, Converse trainers are as desirable now as they were over 100 years ago, and we’re fans of longevity at Browns which is why we selected a fine Edit of Converse for AW16.
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