Over the years, Chucks have had different designs for the ankle patches and the heel patches.
This is a "Chuck" ankle patch of unknown (but "earlier than Charlie!") vintage.
This is a "Chuck" ankle patch from the 1950s.
The "Chuck" ankle patch, on most versions, has had this design since I (Charlie) was in junior high in the 1960s.
This is the heel patch Converse used on Chucks in the 1950s.
This is the heel patch when "Chucks" were a "must have" for the Baby Boom generation..
From the 1980's until 2001, All Star production received this heel patch.
Certain canvas patterned shoes (including Stars and Bars and Flags of All Nations) had a heel patch with red printing.
The monochrome black model has a 3-D embossed black heel patch based on the vintage heel patch.
began using this heel patch when production switched to Indonesia,.
models, however, use this black heel patch.
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