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Whatever color, high-top or low, Converse sneakers for men, women and children appeal to the young and young-at-heart alike for their singular blend of comfort, value and iconic style.

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Chuck Taylor High Top Sneaker Review:
These were for a teenager and she loved them. I tried several local stores, but none had the gray color she asked for. I checked Online Shoes and found it. Next time, I'll go there first.
Love these shoes
Chuck Taylor All Star Low Top Sneaker Review:
These shoes are great. I used to wear high-top Chuck's but recently converted. I only own Converse All Stars and I'm glad to add these to my collection.
Very happy
Chuck Taylor All Star Pop Color HI Review:
Easy to use web site :-)
Love them
Chuck Taylor Dainty Leather Ox Review:
Wear them on an everyday basis to work and at home also. Love that I could find them in leather instead of canvas. Clean up easily. Just a great shoe all around.
great style, real confort
Chuck Taylor All Star Street Ballistic/Neoprene M Review:
good for almost everything

About Converse

It has been estimated that more than 60% of Americans own or have owned at least one pair of Converse sneakers in their lifetime. Part of Nike, Inc. since 2003, the Converse shoe company traces its rich heritage to 1908, when Marquis Mills Converse opened the Converse Rubber Shoe Company in Malden, Massachusetts, specializing in winterized rubber-soled Converse footwear for men, women and children. In 1917, the Converse® All-Star® canvas basketball shoe was introduced, and a legend was born in 1921, when basketball player Charles H. "Chuck" Taylor became the brand ambassador: His name first appeared on signature Chuck Taylor high-top sneakers in 1932. For decades, both Converse high-tops and low-cut oxfords have been integral to youth culture, made famous by celebrities ranging from Drew Barrymore, Kristen Stewart, Demi Lovato and Billie Joe Armstrong to the legendary Wilt Chamberlain, who was wearing a pair of Chucks when he scored 100 points in a game against the New York Knicks in 1962. Although the brand rarely makes appearances on basketball courts anymore, its lofty position is cemented in fashion history.