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Black and white leather and suede black All Star Chuck Taylor suede sneakers from Converse featuring a round toe, a lace-up front fastening, a branded insole, a signature star patch to the side and a flat rubber sole.
Designer colour: black white
Designer Style ID: 158369C
Farfetch ID: 12587007
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Model's wearing: 10 UK
Model's wearing: 10 UK
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The Converse Rubber Company was founded in 1908 by Marquis M. Converse in the US. Initially, only making galoshes and seasonal shoes. In 1915 the company decided to make athletic shoes to enable year-round production. As basketball evolved, their basketball shoe became popular when high school basketball star Chuck Taylor began wearing them. In 1921 his signature was added to the design. Through the 1970s and 1980s, Converse faced considerable competition from other shoe manufacturers and began developing aesthetically-oriented models, still highly profitable today.