In 1917 the All Star was originally promoted for its superior court performance by basketball mastermind, Chuck Taylor. Over the decades, the sneaker was organically adopted by rebels, artists, musicians, dreamers, thinkers and originals.


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In 1935, undefeated legendary Canadian badminton champion Jack Purcell was frustrated with the quality of badminton footwear. In designing his own athletic shoe, Purcell created a canvas and rubber sneaker with a signature "smile" across its toe.


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CONS - An Icon, Built To Skate. The Converse CONS style is ideal for the skater who wants maximum durability and support with Nike Lunarlon cushioning for comfort. It also has a CONS rubber outsole, which delivers superior grip and boardfeel.


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