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A hand-stitched heel tab adds an artisanal touch to the white vulcanized sole of the silhouette.Available Here In what is probably the most deviant reinterpretation, Officine Creative marries the Chuck Taylor aesthetic with the deflated look of a clown shoe in this awkwardly proportioned high-top.Available Here Remade in high quality 10-ounce Japanese denim is the silhouette of LOSERS’ Schooler Classic Hi “Okayama Denim” pack, with a reinterpreted V-shaped rubber toe cap.However, other markings native to the Chuck Taylors are present, such as the circular heel crest design (which in this case reads “Stick To Your Guns,”) and the clean white foxing band.
Dating back to 1937, PF Flyers was at one point owned by Converse in the early ‘70s, but continues today under the ownership of New Balance.
Physically, though, the shoes are unchanged from the original save for a discreet heel zipper.
Available Here Devoid of any aesthetic additions except for a bold, contrasting drip graphic wrapping around the foxing band of the shoe, ICECREAM’s take on the All-Stars is both simple, yet attention-grabbing and tongue-in-cheek.
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As one of the most iconic shoes in the world, the Converse Chuck Taylor All-Stars have practically steered the course of sneaker development and footwear as fashion since its inception by the Converse Rubber Shoe Company in 1917.