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About Converse Black Canvas

In 1908, Converse started making tires and rubber-soled shoes out of Malden, Massachusetts. The tire business faded, but basketball buoyed the shoe trade. In 1918, Chuck Taylor joined the company; in 1935, Jack Purcell became a badminton champ while wearing his signature custom-designed Converse. Affordable and iconic, these sneakers have been worn by members of every subculture from rock 'n' rollers to jocks. Now in its second century, Converse is perhaps the most singularly American shoe to grace feet from the sandlot to the runway. But it doesn't stop there. The sportswear brand that was there from the beginning also offers a range of accessories with the same timeless vibe as their kicks, and with Black Canvas — their first standalone apparel collection, launched in 2011 — they’ll have you outfitted in classic-but-current style from head to toe.

Past Sales Featuring Converse Black Canvas

Sale Ended May 18, 2012

Graphic Tees

Sale Ended December 18, 2012

Rugged Outerwear - 12/16/2012

The weather is a cruel mistress, so it’s important to have outerwear alternatives should temperatures quickly change (newsflash: they will). Choose from a variety of stylish parkas, jackets, windbreakers, and coats from brands like <span>GANT</span>, J. Lindeberg, Jack Spade, and more. Mother Nature will never catch you unprepared again.

Sale Ended June 29, 2014

Wear This Now: Turn-Up Pants

Stylish selections of a cool trend, from Gant, Jack Spade, Naked & Famous, and more<br /> .

Sale Ended September 28, 2012

James Jeans: How to Inject Color Into Your Wardrobe

Looking to punch up your look this season? A colorful pair of jeans from James is a great way to do it. Check out the slides at left for a few crucial pointers on how to wear your new denim, then shop the sale to add some new life to your own wardrobe.