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Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars sneakers have basically not changed since 1917. Marquis Mills Converse opened a shoe factory in 1908. Chuck Taylor was a semi-professional basketball player and a coach who joined Marquis in 1921 as a salesman and promoter. During the 1940s, most professional and hobby basketball players wore Converse sneakers. Today, the All Star or Chuck 70 models are a classic sneaker that you can wear for every occasion and everywhere - to a wedding, school or a party, there are no limits to Converse.
"Chuck Taylors," "Chucks," "Cons," or "All Stars." Many names for one brand and their sneakers. Sneakers that did not fundamentally change the design of the original Non Skid model from 1917. The first Non Skid model became the All Star High and All Star High II.
Simple canvas shoes with a rubber toe are exactly what you need for your everyday life. Converse offers thousands of colour combinations, but the most popular are white sneakers for summer and black sneakers for the rest of the seasons.
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