Who should buy the Converse Crafted Boot Chuck Taylor

This hiker-inspired Converse Crafted Boot Chuck Taylor could be a great match for you if:

  • You are into a shoe that has a heel pull tab for easy on and off. 
  • You are looking for a sneaker that offers unquestionable comfort, a straightforward yet eye-catching design, and a fantastic fit.
  • You want a durable sneaker that effectively keeps the foot warm on winter days.

Converse Crafted Boot Chuck Taylor Toe box

Perfect for the wet seasons

Converse Crafted Boot Chuck Taylor satisfies its casual wearers with its high-top profile that has a premium leather upper that offers warmth on winter or cold days. This sneaker is equipped with an Ortholite insole that provides cushioning as well as moisture-wicking capability. Also, its rubber outsole is very easy to maintain even in rainy weather.

Converse Crafted Boot Chuck Taylor Tongue

A great combination of comfort and security

Its hiking laces, speed hooks, and metal eyelets are appreciated by many for its offered secure lockdown and a comfortable fit. Also, this shoe has a winged tongue to keep the debris out and textile lining for comfort.

Converse Crafted Boot Chuck Taylor Laces

Outdoor-weather-ready style

A bunch of boot lovers praised the Converse Crafted Boot Chuck Taylor as it carries a stylish design that is ready to face outdoor weather conditions. This hiking-inspired high-top boot is perfect for casual outfits and even sports attire. Denim jeans, shorts, khaki pants, or joggers are some of the wardrobes that men and women can pair with this kick. On the other hand, Ladies can also sport this shoe with their culottes, miniskirts, and minidresses.

It has round tonal laces that draw inspiration from hiker’s styles. Whether for casual or smart clothing, many attest that this sneaker can definitely make a statement. 

Converse Crafted Boot Chuck Taylor Midsole

Converse bringing its fashion icon to life with leather: A short history

One of Converse's pride is its iconic Chucks that took over the industry of footwear for many years. Over the following years since Chucks was created, Converse took extensive amounts of licensing deals and sponsorships, perpetuating the brand’s popularity with the general public and sports stars alike. Subsequently, Converse secured 80% shares of the whole sneaker industry by 1957.

In the summer of 2015, Converse made headlines by bringing the fashion icon to life with leather instead of canvas material. The Converse Chuck All Star Leather High Top or the CTAS Leather Hi is a remastered structure that became a hit to the brand’s loyal followers. Many fans expressed good feedback as this shoe gave an allusion of the 90s era where Chucks were a mainstream item fueled by the grunge and punk culture.

In 2019, another new iteration of the CTAS Leather Hi surfaced the market. In time for the holiday, the Converse Crafted Boot Chuck Taylor was released with a premium leather upper that is designed to keep the foot warm during those cold days. It has a hiking-inspired design, allowing the shoe to face any terrain.

Additional Info

  • The Converse Crafted Boot Chuck Taylor has a heel pull tab for easy on and off. 
  • It has the iconic All-Star Chuck Taylor ankle patch in suede material that pays homage to the brand.
  • It has a rubber outsole tread that is hiker-inspired.
  • The shoe sports tonal trail fleck laces.

Facts / Specs

Style: Retro, Sneakerboots
Top: High
Inspired from: Hiking
Collection: Converse Chuck Taylor All Star
Closure: Laces
Material: Leather, Rubber Sole, Nubuck, EVA
Season: Winter, Fall

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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.