The Converse "Chuck Taylor" All Star is undoubtedly the most popular sneaker of all time. Accordingly, I expect that this "scientifically designed" outsole pattern has hit the gym floor more than any
Converse most frequently uses the brown outsole pictured on the far left. They also use the black (on "Monochrome Black") and red (on "Stars and Bars") on certain styles.
However, there are certain shoes that were produced using yellow, blue, or gray outsoles. Other models sharing this outsole include the All Star II, the EZ Chuck, and the One Star. Some "Chuck Clones" have also copied the design.
The Converse "Jack Purcell" sneaker has a sole like this.
Some Keds for boys used a sole like this in 1934.
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