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- Outer Material:Canvas
- Lifestyle: Casual
- Closure Type: Lace-Up
- Sole Material:Rubber
- Ankle Heigth:High-Top
- Light Weighted Sneakers
- Warranty Type: Manufacturer
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The Beginning - Chuck Taylor All Star
The Chuck Taylor All Star Sneakers is the one that started it all for converse. There’s nothing more pure that a classic cotton canvas upper and a vulcanized rubber sole.
Topping it all off are the oft-imitated star-centered ankle patch, rubber toe cap, toe bumber and striping.
Brands Hero Style (Chuck Taylor All Star)
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Color is jet black , looks far better than photo.
Just remember that size is very accurate so buy +1 bigger size like my size is 6 I ordered 7.
You get the original product, I can't promise that for everybody, Bought it at Rs.1619. Fits well, need a little breaking hence I have been using it non stop. Excellent ankle support never had such ankle support from an unpadded upper.
The upper is incredibly durable.My friends were determined to prove me wrong on my claim, So I let them step on these, stand on these, spill on these and whatnot. These are nearly waterproof for accidental spills tested with a dash of Beer, tea, water, and cola.
Chuck Taylor is an expert shoemaker, nevertheless, you get what you pay for. these sneakers are great but the makers have cut corners.
Here are the things to watch out for
1) Converses Insole comes in two variations, comfort insole and padded, do your research before buying. I suspect this to be the padded variant. The black low tops are Comfort Insole type
2) There is an embedded rubber heel support within the canvas which eats into your socks or maybe its because I walk funny. Lost three pairs of socks already.
3) These are made in India, not Vietnam.