Temat: converse run star hike low

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Converse have taken the trailblazing Chuck Taylor All Star silhouette and adapted it for the actual trail, coming through with the converse run star hike low. Boasting hardwood origins, the iconic Converse build now adopts an unmistakable outdoor-inspired twist, highlighted with the addition of a jaw-dropping sole unit.The upper wears the familiar canvas construction in red, stamped with the trademark star ankle patch. For extra reinforcement, the tongue comes with winged stitching, while an OrthoLite insole brings the all-day comfort. The extra chunky high-profile white midsole hits hard down below, underpinned with a colour-blocked, lugged outsole that is split into gum and pretty pink segments.
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Technical performance kicks made the transition from the courts and the tracks to the sidewalks long ago, and the converse all star alte was at the forefront of that transition. First introduced in the 1917 as the Non-Skid before being renamed the All Star, the iconic sneaker was further refined when American semi-professional basketballer Chuck Taylor asked Converse to redesign its signature offering for more support and flexibility.
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Taylor’s namesake converse chuck 70 hi nere left the parquet of the hardwood in the 1980s. New technology meant that footwear could be better engineered for the rigours of basketball, and styles like the Fast Break, Star Tech, and Cons became the new on-court go-tos.
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The converse one star pro took this move away from the court in its stride, as Converse lightened the load of the design with a thinner, more flexible sole, and a lighter canvas build that was perfect for everyday wear. The kicks quickly became an off-court staple, and the rest is history."