Verdict from 8.7 hours of research from the internet

8 reasons to buy

  • The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Pride Low Top is well-loved by lots of reviewers. 
  • It is a comfortable shoe, claimed by several wearers. 
  • Some buyers expressed that they love supporting the LGBTQ+ community, and this shoe is a great way to show it. 
  • The rainbow soles of this low top made several buyers beyond pleased. 
  • Some reviewers reported that they’ve been receiving compliments because of this Chucks. 
  • Not only does this shoe looks fantastic, but it also feels excellent according to heaps of reviewers. 
  • Some buyers applaud the uniqueness of this shoe.
  • Affordability is one of the key features of this low top canvas shoe. 

1 reasons not to buy

                           

  • Like other All Star shoes, the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Pride Low Top sneakers runs big. 

Bottom line

For its 2019 Pride Collection, Converse dropped a fun and colorful update to its classic canvas low-top shoe in the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Pride Low Top sneakers. Although it fits large, this unique edition sneaker garnered high ratings from most reviewers primarily because of its Pride-inspired aesthetics. 

Overall, it is well-liked for its colorful façade and representation of support to the LGBTQ+ community. Beyond its pleasing appearance are other desired features such as comfort and affordability. 

As with other renditions of the timeless Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Low Top sneakers, this Pride edition is made available in unisex sizing that starts from US men’s 3/women's 4.5. It runs a half size large. The low-top profile of this shoe gives wearers freedom of movement. It also features a lace-up closure that can be adjusted for a customized fit. 

Far from the classic, plain-colored, canvas Chuck Taylor All Star Low Top sneakers, this special edition is full of colors. Released to commemorate Pride month and the LGBTQ+ community, it dons a rainbow-themed aesthetic from upper down to the soles that many Converse followers embraced and perceived as stylish and fun. Despite all the colors, this rendition retained the original Chucks low-tops' versatility. It can be paired with basically anything from sun up to sun down.

The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Pride Low Top is a one-of-a-kind addition to the lineup of Converse low top sneakers. While its core model is known for its simplicity and timeless style, this Pride rendition somehow deviates from this norm and takes a new spin by being not afraid of experimenting with a combination of colors. Like the other shoes from the Converse’s 2019 Pride Collection, this shoe follows the Pride theme in celebration of the Pride month. 

Truly iconic on its way is the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Low Top. It was first introduced in 1957 as the low top counterpart of highly acclaimed Chuck Taylor High Top shoe, which was then an already established performance basketball shoe from the same brand. 

When Converse first released its Pride Collection in 2014 in commemoration of the Pride month and the LGBTQ+ community, the American footwear brand made it an annual event. Hence in 2019, just in time for the 50th anniversary of the historic Stonewall Riots event, Converse yet again released its annual Pride Collection. 

Part of the 2019 Pride Collection from Converse is a special rendition of the classic Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Low Top sneakers called officially as the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Pride Low Top. The shoe is based on the profile and construction of the original low top Chucks All Star with added design throughout that reflects the theme of the said collection. 

Also released as part of the Converse 2019 Pride Collection is the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Pride High Top. 

  • The shoe is customizable via the brand’s official website. 
  • It features a breathable and lightweight canvas upper. 
Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

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