Chuck Taylors Brand New Converse
Chuck Taylors Brand New Converse Popular “Chucks” are hitting the stores.The popular “Chusks” can be seen on everybody’s feet from rockers to skaters. To fans of casual wear, and beyond. There may be no more iconic sports footwear than the Converse All-Star Chuck Taylor.
Named after Charles Hollis “Chuck” Taylor, the former barnstorming basketball player from the 1920s, the design became the start of the basketball shoe craze and industry.But, if there’s one thing anyone that wears “Chucks” regularly will tell you, they’re a pain. Literally. After hours in them your feet are killing you.This author wears them often and will have leg cramps and foot problems for days after giving them a day of long use.The biggest issue with the Chuck Taylor designs that it has zero arch support, and what many have termed no more than a “burnt pizza crust” for a sole. Sure, they’re hip and fashionable, but you tend to suffer through them for the sake of fashion.Not content with making your feet happy, the new design comes with a fully embroidered All Star patch, on-trend high foxing, and monochrome matte eyelets. So, you’re getting comfort and some additional style to the classic design.
If you’re in the market for a new pair of kicks, you’ll probably want to hold of because a new hit is released and it hits stores next Tuesday, July 28.While it’s just as versatile as the rest of the Converse lineup, the new sneaker has seen some changes. The most notable? Extra cushioning, breathable micro suede lining, a padded nonslip tongue, and — oh yea — the price tag. This new and improved model is a bit more costly than its OG siblings, ranging from $70 to $75. But considering you’ll be able to pair it with everything from jeans to a dress, we’re thinking this one’s totally worth it.And lets be honest you will fell in love the moment you see them.But the most important thing your feet will love them to and now you can walk and stand for hours and your feet will be thankful.Make yourself pretty and stroll through the city with a brand new “Chucks.”