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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 Converse sneakers available to shop now, including both dope general releases and some of the most recent collaborations.

Particularly noteworthy kicks include revisited classics such as the Chuck ’70 Hi and a pair of beater-friendly One Star OX, as well as exciting collaborations from the likes of JW Anderson, KITHSlam Jam (with each collab now only available at resale platforms).

Ready to add a timeless pair of kicks to your rotation? Scroll on to view more of the best Converse sneakers online.

Chuck Taylor 1970s Hi

Converse

$85

Lucky Star

Converse

$85

One Star Academy Ox

Converse

$85

1970s Chuck Taylor All Star Patchwork

Converse

$97

Chuck Taylor Allstar '70 High

Converse

$85

Chuck 70 Hi

Converse

$114

Chuck 70s Hi

JW Anderson x Converse

$120

Chuck 70 Restructured High Top

Converse x Slam Jam

$120

Chuck Taylor All-Star 70s Hi

KITH x Converse

$155

Run Star Hike

JW Anderson x Converse

$205

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  • Curated by: Yulia Pankova
Shopping Writer
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