Size and fit

The Converse Lucky Star High Top is a unisex trainer which means it follows the men’s sizing. This Converse sneaker comes in US sizes 4 to 13, including half and full sizes in between. Men’s feet are about 1 ½ size bigger than women; females are advised to get a size down. A ladies’ size 6 is equivalent to 4.5 in gentlemen’s size chart.

Converse Lucky Star High Top Style

High top sneakers like the Lucky Star High Top from Converse are meant to be seen. Wear a slim- or relaxed-fit pair of pants and don’t be afraid to roll up the legs to show of that vintage patch. Wear a crew-neck shirt or a pullover for your top. This style also pairs well with a well-fitting suit. Women can get away with wearing shorts, skirts, and dresses aside from the usual skinny jeans and tights.

Notable Features

The Converse Lucky Star High Top employs a canvas upper that delivers lightweight and durable protection against the elements. Stitching patterns on the top gives this footgear a vintage vibe. It has medial eyelets that help ventilate the interior of the trainer. A thick vulcanized rubber platform serves as the midsole while durable rubber lines the bottom for protection and traction.

Converse Lucky Star High Top History

The Converse Lucky Star High Top may easily be confused with the Chuck Taylor All Star. Both iterations were intended for basketball use. They also share the same silhouette, toe bumper, and sole technology. However, the patches and brand plates on these models are different. The most striking difference is that the stitching pattern on the Lucky Star High Top is more intricate compared to the All Star.

It was originally released in 1969 and bore the monicker Chuck Taylor Lucky Star. The classic look of the trainer appealed to many sneakerheads which resulted in the re-release of this collection over the years.

Additional Info

  • The Lucky Star High Top from Converse sports the vintage patch and old school Chuck Taylor plate at the back.
  • The model comes in Egret/Black/Egret, Garnet/Egret/Egret, and Black/Egret/Egret colorways.

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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.