Who should buy the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Seasonal High Top

This high-top Converse sneaker is a good match for you if:

  • You want a shoe with two extra eyelets on the sidewall that function for ventilation
  • You are after a sporty sneaker inspired by Basketball

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Seasonal High Top Logo

Style of the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Seasonal High Top

For decades now, the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star High Tops never cease to impress buyers - and the Seasonal iteration is not an exception. These high top Chucks are as iconic and as classic as the 1917 original basketball-inspired model but come in earthy neutrals and rich colors that are ideal for spring for a fresh look.

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Seasonal High Top Midsole

Still presenting a low-key canvas upper and vulcanized rubber sole, the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star High Top's timeless silhouette remains as go-to staple footwear of choice for numerous sneaker wearers and loyal Converse followers that knows no age and gender.

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Seasonal High Top Laces

Notable Features

The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Seasonal High Top is as old-school as it looks. Feel nostalgic with its timeless silhouette, but with a touch of fresh and exciting new colors that fit the modern fashion scene. One of the two seasonal releases for the classic All Star High Top, this shoe is released in spring colorways that include earthy neutrals and rich hues. The other one is the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Seasonal Colors High Top shoes, which are made available in fall colorways.

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Seasonal High Top Toebox

With only difference pointing to its attractive colorways, this high top iteration retains the original All Star’s key features such as the breathable and lightweight canvas upper, vulcanized rubber outsole, textured toe bumper, contrasting stitching details, and of course the signature ankle patch.

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Seasonal High Top Collar

History of the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Seasonal High Top

The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star has long been an institution in the sneaker market and even in the whole footwear industry that needs no further introduction. This shoe, otherwise known as the "Chucks," "Chuck Taylors," "Cons," "All-Stars," or "Converse," first made its presence known back in 1917 as the high-performance basketball shoe “Non-Skids.”              

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Seasonal High Top Outsole                                          

In 1923, Converse hired American basketball player Charles “Chuck” as a salesman for the “Non-Skid” shoe. Taylor helped in improving the said shoe through the added functional features that he suggested. It became known, later on, as the All-Star or Chuck Taylor as its popularity exponentially increased. It eventually came to the point that numerous professional basketball players, Olympics athletes, and training American soldiers were wearing the All-Stars shoes.

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Seasonal High Top Heel

One of the modern versions of this iconic shoe is the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Seasonal High Top. Like the original silhouette, this shoe features the timeless signature look with canvas upper, combined with the iconic star patch on the ankle, that sits atop a rubber sole. However, this is a seasonal release that comes in fresh colors perfect for spring. It is also updated with an OrthoLite insole for improved cushioning.   

Facts / Specs

Style: Retro, Sporty, Minimalist
Top: High
Inspired from: Basketball
Collection: Converse Chuck Taylor All Star
Closure: Laces
Material: Canvas, Rubber Sole, EVA / Fabric
Season: Spring, Summer

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Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.