A streetwear staple, the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star has its role as a quintessential piece of sneaker history and culture. It is an easy to wear sneaker that can be found on the likes of athletes, celebrities, and everyday people. The simple aesthetics and build have allowed the shoe to remain relevant for decades since its initial release. First introduced in 1917 and officially launching as the Chuck Taylor All Star in 1934, this iconic sneaker eventually became synonymous with streetwear and popular culture.
Fast forward to today, and the Chuck Taylor still enjoys its popularity as an essential part of many people’s sneaker rotation. Different iterations of the iconic sneaker have been released throughout the years, and now, Converse have managed to reimagine the legendary sneaker by creating the lightest and most comfortable version of this shoe.
Introducing the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star CX.
The Chuck Taylor CX strives to keep the DNA of the original Chuck Taylor intact while reimagining the technology in the shoe to deliver the most comfortable Chuck Taylor ever. Although the overall silhouette of the Chuck Taylor remains the same, it is, however the use of the new ground-breaking CX foam that is the star of the show. The soft and plushy feel of the foam gives wearers all-day comfort so that you can wear it all day, every day.
Aside from the CX foam, advancements in fit, form and sizing have given this shoe an upgraded feel. The shoe boasts a new dynamic stretch canvas material on the upper, giving wearers a more comfortable and softer feel than the traditional Chuck Taylor. Flexibility is also improved by integrating a new re-engineered rubber on the outsole of the shoe. All these changes, together, help reimagine how the Chuck Taylor should feel.
The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star CX is now available at Red Rat in Black/Grey and White/Bold Wasabi/Violet colourways in the high version and Grave/Black/Hyper Magenta colourway in the low version.
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