Converse has long been that go-to everyday brand for sneakerheads around the world, specializing in its signature laid-back styles that go with pretty much every ’fit. And though the label's All-Star and One Star models can be copped in a myriad of colorways in pretty much any good sneaker store, a select few iterations have really stood out to us in recent times.
Originally intended for basketball players (hence the "Chuck Taylor" name of its popular high top), it wasn't long before the All-Star silhouette was adopted by the masses off-court. For years now, they've acted as a blank canvas for wavy designs and modified compositions that have kept them exceedingly relevant.
In appreciation of the evergreen sneaker brand, we've rounded up some of our favorite sneakers available to shop from the American label, including both dope general releases and some of the most recent collaborations.
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Converse x A-COLD-WALL* Aeon Active CX Micro Chip
Having spoken about Converse's legendary history in sneakers, this pair in collaboration with A-COLD-WALL* is more interested in the future than the past. These space-age style sneakers included the label's latest developments in comforting technologies and eco-friendly practices.
Converse x Rick Owens DRKSTAR Chuck 70
Since first being shown on the Rick Owens FW21 runway, the American designer has been finding new ways to reshape Converse models from its archive. While this pair keeps the oversized tongue and the multi-layer midsole from the label's first partnership, this latest Chuck 70 has a more conventional and easily wearable silhouette.
Converse Chuck 70 Hi
The classic which we have all come to know and love, you really can't beat a simple Chuck 70 Hi. This pair features minor changes that improve the iconic sneaker while keeping its instantly recognizable look, these include a heavier canvas, vintage stitching, slightly higher rubber foxing, a more substantial rubber toe cap, and advanced cushioning in the midsole that enhances comfort.
Golf Wang x Converse Chuck 70
Converse has countless regular collaborators but only Tyler, The Creator would make a pink snakeskin Chuck 70. Spring means the return of colorful sneakers and it doesn't get much more flamboyant than these.
Converse One Star Ox
Of course, it's not just all about the Chuck 70, the One Star is an equally timeless model. First introduced in 1974, this particular variation includes a khaki green cotton canvas upper with circular indigo denim accents at the heel.
Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star 70 Ox
Take a walk on the wild side with these zebra-print Chuck Taylors, they are similar to your plain old beaters —just better.
Converse Chuck 70
If you're someone who finds it a struggle adding color to your wardrobe, going for a tried-and-tested sneaker in a bright hue is a great place to start and that's exactly what these are. Break out from the safe all-black uniform with these Chuck 70s.
Converse Chuck 70 Mule Slip
It was only a matter of time until we saw a mule-ified Chuck 70 and it has arrived. The mulement knows no bounds and it has recruited a new sneaker into its healless way of life.
Converse GLF Gianno Ox Meerkat
GLF Gianno Ox Meerkat
Hiking shoes have been dominating our favorite sneaker releases over the past few years, so when Tyler, the Creator got involved with a pair we were understandably excited. Coming up with this colorful 90s-inspired design, we weren't disappointed.
Converse x Fear of God Chuck 70 Hi
These aren't you regular Chuck 70 beaters, Jerry Lorenzo's Fear Of God has given them a luxe makeover. For all those who like to tie their laces around the top of the shoe these come with a very important detail: a loop at the heel to keep the laces in place.
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