- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately high-top from arch
- Platform measures approximately 1 inches
- Shoes availavble are in UK sizes. Refer size chart for US size conversion
- Lace-up, high-top sneaker
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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. AND no one can ignore the unmistakable ankle patch. Versatile, fashionable, and they keep looking better every time you wear them. Ortholite is a trademark of O2 partners, llc.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 1.57 x 4.84 x 1.85 inches; 12 Ounces
- Item model number : M9160
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Batteries : 1 AA batteries required.
- Date First Available : September 4, 2003
- Manufacturer : Converse
- ASIN : B000B2KPH0
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Some shoes are too much, man. This is the perfect amount of shoe. Light, durable, and inexpensive- just a great everyday shoe.
It does not impede the foot like many sports-shoes. The sole is flexible, and it doesn't turn your foot into an immovable brick like a lot of athletic shoes. That said, it doesn't provide much padding or shock absorption.
If you are buying this, you probably already know about this shoe and this review is pointless.
also red pair is made in Indonesia and the low top one I got was made in India.
Top reviews from other countries
Reviewed in Italy on September 11, 2018
Reviewed in France on September 6, 2018
I've always received compliments on the colour of these and they've been my favourite colour pair. They're not too bright but not boring blue or black and go with all other colours. I personally find the hi tops more comfy and harder wearing than the low tops.
However over the last few years the quality of Converse has really taken a nose dive, while the price has increased dramatically. These purple ones have had a decent amount of wear but now the soles have completely worn through so they've had to be binned. A newer grey pair of low tops only lasted a year before the soles disintegrated. I still have a 8-9 year old pair (cost less than £15) which are still going strong, with no signs of wear on the sole.
I recently purchased some Adidas VL NEOs which are very similar in style to Converse but with much comfier insoles and what appears to be better quality soles. I really don't think Converse are worth their high price tag now the quality is much poorer.