Who should buy the Converse One Star x Golf Le Fleur

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

  • You want a sneaker that catches the attention
  • You are after a show that has excellent design details

Converse One Star x Golf Le Fleur Logo

Style of the Converse One Star x Golf Le Fleur

Doused in Tyler's dynamic imagination, the Converse One Star x Golf Le Fleur's bright palette and unique details display daring confidence and youthful spirit that could amp up any ensemble. Backed up with a rebellious heritage and an unparalleled design, the shoe now aims to provide individualism and inclusion at the same time by promoting being true to one's self without fear of judgment.

Converse One Star x Golf Le Fleur Midsole

Consumers were seen pairing these fun kicks with cropped, wide hemmed pants and polo shirts and bucket hats for vintage-inspired outfits.  It could also be dressed in any casual staple like jeans, shorts, or joggers styled in any way that would highlight your personal style.

Converse One Star x Golf Le Fleur Shoe laces

Notable Features 

Tyler's touches are what set the Converse One Star x Golf Le Fleur apart from its predecessor. The shoes upper is crafted from hairy suede and finished in unique, vibrant pastel hues. The first two releases feature a contrasting white stitch in the shape of a flower around the Star logo, but in the third release, a fresh floral update is seen gracing the shoe's sides.

Converse One Star x Golf Le Fleur Toebox

On the second release, the shoe featured several distinct details embroidered bee on the heel counter, an art illustrated footbed, a message on the midsole, and logo prints on the outsole. Finally, all three releases have debossed Golf Le Fleur and Converse logos on the tongue.

Converse One Star x Golf Le Fleur Heel

History of the Converse One Star x Golf Le Fleur

While the One Star is not as famous as the Chucks, it has a history as exciting as its sibling. The shoe's story started in the late 60s when the hoop courts began to gravitate towards low-top basketball sneakers, and Converse caught the wave. The brand released a low-top All-Star, which eventually became the Converse One Star that was officially introduced in 1974. Apparently, it didn't do well as a court kick and was removed from the shelves indefinitely after only a year since its release.

Converse One Star x Golf Le Fleur Outsole

In 1993, the One Star came back and it was perfectly timed as the 90's grunge movement was at its peak and skateboarding was pushing its way into the youth's radar. The One Star was marketed outside the mainstream's eye and was regularly seen on the right people such as Kurt Cobain and Guy Mariano, which made the scene kids take notice and made a reputation as an anti-establishment kick.

Converse One Star x Golf Le Fleur Collar

In 2017, with the resurgence of 90s trends, the One Star is back in the sneaker arena. Its tough rep along with a strong countercultural following exudes a raw energy that resonated well with today's DIY and expressive youth. The shoe also experienced a boost in sales and popularity thanks in part to Tyler, the Creator - a rapper, record producer, designer, and owner of the brand Golf Le Fleur. Tyler and Converse are in a continuing collaboration and has so far released four versions of the One Star called the Converse One Star x Golf Le Fleur.

Facts / Specs

Style: Retro, Sporty, Minimalist
Top: Low
Inspired from: Skate
Collaboration: Tyler, The Creator
Collection: Converse One Star
Closure: Laces
Material: Leather, Suede, Rubber Sole, EVA

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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.