Converse

Versatile and timeless, if you’re going to buy a classic pair of sneakers then go for Converse’s Jack Purcells.  What began as a rubber company in 1908 soon transitioned into athletic shoes that would, decades later, become the footwear of choice for individuals, rebels, and nonconformists the world over. From Olympic basketball courts to city streets, from the classic Chuck Taylor All Star to new styles and silhouettes, Converse sneakers have preserved their level of performance and durability while lending themselves to personalization, adaptation, and reinvention. Continue the sporty feel by wearing them with a polo shirt or hoodie, or try them with turned-up chinos and a Breton sweater for a more sophisticated feel. A sportswear staple championed by badminton pro Mr Jack Purcell in the 1930s, Converse’s canvas sneakers have withstood the test of time. Reissued in a bold crimson hue, this jaunty version is equipped with striped trims, molded footbeds, silver eyelets and the signature cap-toe ‘smile’ the style is known for.

This pair have vintage athletic appeal while Ortholite cushioning in the soles provides a comfortable, responsive feel. Shown here with a Sandro sweater, Polo Ralph Lauren trousers and a WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie tote. Preserve the style  with a retro-cool finish to this summer casual looks. A true casual classic, you need these sneakers from Converse.

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01/08/2015
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JACK PURCELL WOVEN TAPE-TRIMMED CANVAS SNEAKERS

Versatile and timeless, if you’re going to buy a classic pair of sneakers then go for Converse’s Jack Purcells.  What began as a rubber company in […]
30/07/2015
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Chuck Taylor Revamp in Almost a Century

In 1908 Boston-based Converse Rubber Company began making sport shoes. Years later when Chuck Taylor joined the company, the legendary Converse high-top was born. Its history is […]
09/11/2010
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Converse A Brand So Unique

History Probably, one of the oldest shoe companies in the world, Converse started in 1908 as Converse Rubber Co. Its first line of basketball shoes was […]