Memories - Converse "Star and Chevron" Suede

Converse 'star and chevron' suede sneaker in natural and blackIn the 1970's, Converse marketed at least four suede sneaker styles based on the classic "Chuck Taylor" All Star canvas basketball shoe. They were very similar. The major difference between the shoes were patterns on the side. These styles included:

  1. The above example, which used a slightly modified All Star sole.
  2. The All Star "stripe-star-stripe", which used the standard All Star sole.
  3. The "One Star", which used the standard All Star sole.
  4. A three-striped model in the COACH line, which used a different outsole unique to the COACH basketball shoe line.

The 1999 "EZ Chuck" is yet another suede sneaker with great similarity to the classic "Chuck Taylor" All Star.

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Last Updated: 21 February 2017

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