Size and fit

Women’s and men’s sizes are available for the high-top Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Hearts. The canvas upper affords wearers with a flexible, breathable, and durable feel. Efficient ankle protection is provided by the high-cut collar. Meanwhile, the fit can be adjusted through the lace-up system.

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Hearts High Top Style

There are a couple of colorways offered for the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star High Top Hearts shoes – the papyrus/black/white and the black/rhubarb/black. They are done in neutral hues and have a monochrome appeal, perfect for dressing up or down. These color options are versatile, and many outfits could be paired with them.

For casual occasions, the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Hearts Hi Top could be worn with skinny jeans, shorts, or skater skirts. T-shirts, tank-tops or sweatshirts would match the laidback yet chic flair. Dresses could also be paired with these sneakers, worn for the office or at a party.

Notable Features

With its classic canvas upper, the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Hearts High Top shoes offer timeless style. There are printed heart details on the heel near the collar for a chic yet subtle touch. Another classic aspect is the lace-up closure with the metallic eyelets, along with the iconic All-Star metallic patch on the tongue. Additional logo detailing is found on the back heel.

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Hearts High Top History

Converse was founded in 1908 by Marquis Mills Converse, a former shoe manufacturer firm manager. The company was launched in Massachusetts, where it has its headquarters until today. Winterized footwear with a rubber sole was the primary product of the brand. In 1917, the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star High Top basketball shoe was released, becoming the catalyst for the brand’s popularity.

In 1923, the model was promoted all over the U.S. by the salesman and former basketball player Charles "Chuck" Taylor. He was so successful that the brand honored him by putting an ankle patch on the shoe bearing the Chuck Taylor name in 1932. Ever since then, the high-top Converse kick has been a staple in the streetwear scene.

The highly versatile sneaker has been worn by people of all ages, even well-known figures in the music and entertainment industry. It was also featured in films, worn by such actors as Tom Hanks, Michael J. Fox, Elvis Presley, and Mike Myers. The model’s continuing popularity reveals how versatile and timeless it is, yet it is far from outdated. Its style is still as relevant today as it was years ago.  

To keep the look fresh, Converse releases different variations of the shoe in the Chuck Taylor All Star collection. One such version is the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Hearts High Top. This sneaker brings a classy touch to a Converse classic with its retro profile. It has a small heart near the high-cut collar to add a subtle variation to the monochrome shoe, making it chic and stylish enough to hit the streets with.

Additional Info

  • Cushioning, durability, and additional styling are provided by the vulcanized midsole.
  • The instantly recognizable and iconic rubber toe cap offers an extra durable structure.
  • Excellent flexibility and a hard-wearing build are delivered by the rubber outsole.
  • The shoe is lined with textile for a smooth and comfortable feel.

Facts / Specs

Style: Retro
Top: High
Inspired from: Basketball
Collection: Converse Chuck Taylor All Star
Closure: Laces
Material: Canvas, Vulc Sole / Fabric
Features: Breathable

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