Chuck Taylor Canvas Low Top Sneakers

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Chuck Taylor Canvas Low Top Sneakers

$20
$10 Gilt
Size (Converse):
Converse Chuck Taylor Shoes
Converse Women US Men US
5w/3m 5 3
5.5w/3.5m 5.5 3.5
6w/4m 6 4
6.5w/4.5m 6.5 4.5
7w//5m 7 5
7.5w/5.5m 7.5 5.5
8w/6m 8 6
8.5w/6.5m 8.5 6.5
9w/7m 9 7
9.5w/7.5m 9.5 7.5
10w/8m 10 8
10.5w/8.5m 10.5 8.5
11w/9m 11 9
11.5w/9.5m 11.5 9.5
12w/10m 12 10
12.5w/10.5m 12.5 10.5
13w/11m 13 11
13.5w/11.5m 13.5 11.5
14w/12m 14 12
14.5w/12.5m 14.5 12.5
15w/13m 15 13
  • 4.5
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  • 6.5
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  • 7
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  • 9
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Color:
red
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Description
Designer

Chuck Taylor canvas low top sneakers.

  • Contrast stitching throughout and a logo patch on tongue.
  • Back rubber logo and a rubber cap toe.
  • Fully lined with a padded insole and a rubber sole with traction.

Material: Canvas

Brand: Converse

Origin: Imported

Converse's classic sneakers are an essential part of any casual wardrobe — especially "Chucks," the iconic All Star design that put Converse's shoe business on the map. As affordable as they are indispensable, the timeless shoes first came into existence when a young basketball star named Chuck Taylor joined Converse as a salesman in 1921. By 1966, Converse owned 80% of the sneaker market. Chucks have been worn by members of just about every subculture, from rock 'n' rollers to jocks, helping Converse to cement its status as one of the most singularly American shoe brands in existence today.