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Converse chuck 70 hi x golf le fleur (1st Feb 21 at 4:10am UTC)
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The Converse All Star was first introduced in 1917 as a basketball shoe. It was a rather simple shoe, consisting of only a rubber sole and canvas upper. The original All Star came exclusively in brown, with an all-black option arriving in the 1920s. The All Star got its name thanks to basketball player Chuck Taylor. Taylor played for the Akron Firestones when he began wearing the All Star.

He liked the shoe so much that he became a part of the Converse sales team, putting on clinics and camps for children showcasing the All Star. His Converse sneakers release dates efforts in promoting the All Star were rewarded when Converse added his name to the All Star patch in 1932. From then on, the All Star was known as the Chuck Taylor. During World War II, Taylor served as a captain in the Air Force, so soldiers wore the All Star during training exercises.

In 1949, the classic black and white Chuck Taylor hightop was released for the public. It became synonymous with basketball, as the NBA had just recently formed into the league that we know today. Whether somebody Converse chuck 70 hi x golf le fleur was a pro or a highschool kid, if they were playing basketball they had Chucks on their feet. The shoe would later shift towards a lifestyle sneaker with the rise of the counterculture movement of the 60s and 70s. It was highly popular with rock stars and performers, making the shoe a fashion statement more than a performance sneaker. From then on, the Chuck Taylor became synonymous with individuality and artistic creativity.

Since their introduction in 1923, Converse’s Chuck Taylor All Star sneakers have Motion control evolved into a global symbol of originality and individuality. this iconic shoe began to find its way into popular culture in the 1940s when America’s youth began sporting their “Chucks” off the court. Nearly a century and more than 750 million shoes later, Chucks have become shorthand for a distinctly American brand of unstudied cool.
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