Fit & Sizing
The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Seasonal Color Hi is available in men's and women's sizing. Men can choose from sizes 3 to 13 while women have a size range of 5 to 15 US in medium width. This classic basketball shoe has padded ankle and insole for comfort while the lace-up closure system provides personalized, supportive fit. Most women reviewers found this true to size, yet some men found this tad big and suggested to grab a half or full size down their average size.
Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Seasonal Color Hi Style
The high-top Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Core Hi displays a real iconic look that makes its wearers appear top styled. The brand kept all the classic features and dressed in limited vibrant colorways to deliver sporty yet voguish guise that can easily rock any casual or sometimes even the formal ensemble.
Most wearers can be seen sporting the CT AL Seasonal Color Hi with jeans, joggers, shorts, and even with their trousers matched with a suit to add character to their formal look. Ladies, meanwhile, sport this with skirt or dress topped with a blazer or jacket, while some don this with their prom dress or gown for an odd vibe.
Aside from the classic high-top profile, the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Seasonal Color Hi remained popular because of its brilliant colorways that are available in limited time. The brand kept the well-engineered details and re-mastered it with vibrant hues that are only available in limited season.
Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Seasonal Color Hi History
The Converse All Star was launched in 1917 as the world's first basketball shoe with high-cut canvas upper that sat on durable vulcanized rubber sole. This shoe was easily turned as well celebrated pair until the 60s and introduced various iterations such as black and white colorway, low-top profile, and multiple colored versions of Chucks in the 60s. Later on, the brand blurred the line between trainers and casual footwear by creating all-event footwear which have been sported by various celebrities and personalities on the red carpets and even during their formal events.
Chuck Taylor, the renowned basketball player in 1910s, was offered by Converse to work as their salesman and ambassador around the United States in 1921. He diligently drove around the country and promoted the high-top silhouette made of canvas and thick rubber sole footwear. He, later on, became too much involved in the marketing and development of the All-Star, which was subsequently named after him. The brand placed All-Star logo on the side with his signature and added eyelets for ventilation in 1932.
There are numerous variations of the Chucks was molded under the genealogy of the original Chuck Taylor All Star. One of it is the Seasonal Color Hi which carries same classic profile but remodeled with vibrant colorways to make it more striking to the vast range of consumers.
- This product weighs 312 grams.
- It has a canvas lining with cushioned insole for comfort and durability.
- The metal eyelet vents found in the midsole enhances the airflow.
- The outsole is made of vulcanized rubber for lightness and flexibility.
- It has the vintage rubber toe and textured toe bumper for added durability.