Verdict from +100 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • Many purchasers feel that Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Slip shoes have an exceptionally stylish and sporty look that’s classic.
  • Plenty of users are all praises for the sneakers for molding to the feet and being amazing to wear.
  • The colorways for Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Slip trainers are cute and fun to wear, several people have claimed.
  • These kicks from Converse are quite versatile, some say.
  • According to a handful of testers, wearing Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Slip ox shoes have garnered them a significant number of compliments.
  • A small number of individuals have noted how easy it was to put these shoes on or off.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Slip unisex sneakers run too big, plenty of consumers have reported.
  • There is no arch support to be found in these shoes, a few testers claim.

Bottom line

The classic Chucks have been reinvented yet again into snazzy, modern sneakers that are the ideal go-to for everyday wear.  They’re the perfect complement to a summer wardrobe with their fun colors and breathable canvas uppers.

These kicks are versatile. They’re amazing for lifestyle wear but can also serve you in good stead when you go weightlifting, gym training, walking, and more. Chuck Taylor All Star Slips are also quite comfy and light.

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Good to know

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Slips are offered in women’s and men’s sizing. The women’s measurements run from 5 to 15, while the men’s go from 3 to 13. The size is about a half size to a full size large, though, according to several reviewers. 

Just like many classic kicks, these sneakers sport flat soles and no arch support. If you have high arches, an insert may be necessary with these.

The shoes are slip-ons and rely on the elastic collars to keep the shoes securely attached to the feet.

There can’t be anything more classic than the familiar Chuck Taylor design, which is more than a hundred years old. These kicks are still heavily influenced by their ancestor’s old school flair, but the laceless design gives them a more contemporary appeal.  

These slip-ons go well with everything. Pair them with your favorite shorts, skirt, jeans, chinos, cargo pants, or leggings. Anything goes with the top as well from tank tops and hoodies to tees and long-sleeved collared shirts.

Colorways for Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Slips include white, navy, black/white, triple black, papyrus, indigo fog, plum chalk, and turf orange.

Retro kicks don’t need any tech to keep them popular. The old school vibe they give off, and of course, their well-crafted design is enough to keep them at the forefront.

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Slip sneakers bank on the nostalgic feel brought about by that very familiar and well-loved silhouette of Chuck Taylors. Converse simply used their trusted model, removed the laces, and added a few modern details for a more laidback take on an already casual style. 

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Slips may look modern, but their story spans more than a century. These kicks wouldn’t be here if not for a model that debuted in 1917—the Non-Skid.

Later renamed by the Converse brand to the All Stars, these shoes would forever be a part of the history of basketball, thanks to a salesman and semi-pro player named Chuck Taylor. Chuck used his selling skills to promote both the budding sport and the shoes. He was so good at his job that it was common to see players on both sides wearing nothing but All Stars on their feet.

To acknowledge Chuck’s contribution, Converse added his name to the logo patch on the shoes and renamed these as Chuck Taylor All Stars. And because these were such iconic shoes, Converse has launched dozens of iterations throughout the shoes’ later years, which include these Chuck Taylor All Star Slip shoes.

  • Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Slip sneakers feature contrast sidewall trim, the All Star heel patch, and medial air vent holes.
  • Each shoe weighs about 255 grams.


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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.