Founded in 1908 by Marquis Mills Converse, Converse initially began as a rubber shoe company specializing in galoshes. It wasn't until 1917 that the company released the Converse All-Star, a high-top basketball shoe that became the forerunner of the brand's most famous design, the Chuck Taylor All Star, named after the basketball player and Converse salesman, Chuck Taylor. Known for its distinctive silhouette, the Chuck Taylor All Star has become an iconic sneaker embraced by various subcultures and is cherished worldwide. Over the years, Converse has collaborated with numerous designers and brands, including OFF-WHITE, GOLF le FLEUR*, and AMBUSH, continuously reinventing its classic styles while staying true to its heritage.
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