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The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Shine Metal High Top is exclusively offered in women’s standard sizing. Its high-top profile may be a bit restrictive for users with excessively wide feet. But with its traditional laces, it can comfortably accommodate narrow to slightly wide feet.

Grab everyone’s attention with the help of the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Shiny Metal High Top. This kick looks fantastic with a slip dress and a denim jacket. It is also great with dark-colored leggings, flowy dresses, and denim shorts.

This eye-catching sneaker is dressed with a multi-panel aesthetic made up of synthetic textile. The medial side of the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Shiny Metal High Top features a glitter finish. On the lateral side, this shoe uses a shiny foil material.

Internally, this sneaker is fitted with an Ortholite insole for enhanced cushioning. Its outsole also comes with diamond treads that offer excellent grip.

The Converse All Star first made waves in 1917 as a non-skid basketball shoe. But it was sometime in the 1930s when the shoe’s name was changed to Converse Chuck Taylor All Star. This was the brand’s way of recognizing the efforts of basketball player Chuck Taylor in putting Converse on the map.

The first white Converse Chuck Taylor All Star sneaker was introduced at the 1936 Olympics. Since then, the shoe became one of the most sought-after silhouettes nit just by basketball fans, but more so by sneakerheads all over the world.

As part of this iconic collection, the Chuck Taylor All Star Shiny Metal High Top also receives praises from Converse fans. It is dressed in a glistening upper on top of a durable rubber outsole. 

  • This sneaker has a die-cut Chuck patch on the inner side.
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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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