Converse "Chuck Taylor" All Star and PRO-Keds basketball shoes have all types of uses... as shown by examples from old school yearbooks:
John sent me this picture from the 1981 US Air Force Academy yearbook. Two cadets are going for it like crazy in their Converse "Chuck Taylor" All Star Boxing Shoes!
Converse All Star "Boxing" Shoe
Rex, in his All Star discus throwing shoes, turns in another excellent performance.
Charlie demonstrates the use of All Star open-reel tape untangling shoes. Yes, I did get the tape back on the reel!
Converse All Star "Open-Reel Tape Untangling" Shoe
Gerald soars effortlessly over the bar in his All Star pole vaulting shoes!
Converse All Star "Pole Vaulting" Shoe
Gary's opponent gives it all he has in his All Star wrestling shoes (with the star on the side). Unfortunately for him, Gary almost has the pin!
Converse "Chuck Taylor" All Star "Wrestling" Shoe (with the star on the side): the real "Chuck Taylor" Wrestling Shoes have no star on the side and no Buick Ventiports!
Joe's opponent sports a pair of black PRO-Keds "wrestling" shoes. Guaranteed hot sports action!
PRO-Keds "Wrestling" Shoe
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