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- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately low-top from arch
- Lace-up, low-top sneaker
- OrthoLite insole for cushioning
- Medial eyelets for airflow
- Canvas upper
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The iconic, timeless chuck taylor all star sneaker. Perfect in its simplicity since 1917. Lightweight, breathable canvas construction. Vulcanized rubber sole delivers durable traction. An ortholite insole cushions each and every step. Versatile, fashionable, and they keep looking better every time you wear them. Ortholite is a trademark of O2 partners, llc.
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 0.7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0797K7NV7
- Item model number: CONV-M7652C
- Date first listed on Amazon: April 22, 2009
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Now......the not so good part. I am 66 years old and grew up wearing Converse tennis shoes all through the 1960s; they were great shoes in every respect. If your experience is similar, you will immediately realize that these shoes are in almost no way, comparable. These look similar but they wear more quickly and aren’t nearly as comfortable; even the laces are of very poor quality.
That didn't bother me too much, I can adapt to change. However, this shoe seems narrower than all the other pairs I've owned. I'm finding myself leaving them in the closet because they're uncomfortable :(
This is the worst fitting shoe I've ever tried. Definitely not for wide feet.
Okay, they look cool, come in colors and have a long history. They've become fashionable among certain groups of people. They seem to me to be very well made of good material. I can't fault them for style or build. But I can't wear the things.
I wear an 11 EE in a street shoe. That is consistently, every time with shoes measured on a regular US last. In athletic shoes that only come in medium width, I go up a half to a full size depending on the brand. In athletic shoes that come in wide sizes, I still have to go up a half size and sometimes up to a 4E, again depending on brand. There is no consistency whatsoever in athletic shoe brands. Some never fit me properly (Adidas and Puma) while some fit me well (Onitsuka Tigers, Asics and New Balance). I was hoping the Converse would work but that is not to be.
First off, the Chuck Taylors are about a full size oversized in length. But since I have to buy larger than normal for width, I ordered some in my standard athletic shoe size 11.5, hoping that would even out the too long length with the too narrow width. Didn't happen. They are much too long, at least a full size. They are also too narrow, almost like a men's B width. I tried them with and without socks. With socks, my toes get pinched together by the narrow width in the toe area. Without socks, the toes feel better but the shoe slides up and down on my heel when I walk. I tried cinching them tight with the laces but could not keep them from sliding on my heel. Hoping they would stretch in the width a bit, I tried wearing them for two days around the house, in the backyard and in the neighborhood. Not a lot of walking, just puttering around. They don't work for me. If I ordered a size smaller, the length would probably be fine when worn without socks. But my toes would undoubtedly feel like they're in a vice.
Since I've worn them on the street, I can't return them. At least I bought them on sale and didn't pay the normal $50 +/- going price. Someone shopping at Goodwill with long, narrow feet might be happy with them.