2010 Converse Star Player EVO Black/Gold Detailed Photos The Converse brand may have started its tenure in the shoe game as an American classic that dominated courts and culture but they definitely had to fight to get a foothold in recent years. So seeing black converse high tops leather models like the Star Player EVO definitely bodes well for the future of the brand.The performance based model is seen here with a Black/Gold make up that includes some impressive technology.
Converse SoHo Chuck Taylor Star Player Collection Nov 25, 2010 black converse high tops mens Converse presents us with some exciting news today, as we now give you a look into some of the exclusive footwear offered through the brand s upcoming SoHo Store, opening this Friday, November 26th. Featured in the set are six different colorways in the Star Player Hi/Low and two different options in the classic Chuck Taylor Hi. Retail is set at $150 USD for the distressed shoes and $75 USD for the Chevron logo Star Player Hi s.
Cody Hudson x black leather converse hi tops Converse (Product) RED Chuck Taylor Hi Nov 24, 2010 Converse s (Product) RED campaign makes some very winning silhouettes. The classic sneaker has been the mold for some very adventurous collaborative efforts and the next is no different.Cody Hudson gives the shoe a brown leather upper with navy trim on the toe cap and foxing strip. Red can be found on the top eyelet as well as on the sneakers pull tab and as well as a pair of multicolored rope laces.
Looks like the ultimate hater has teamed up with Converse to craft a few pair of shoes that we are sure even he would love.The Converse The Grinch Dr. Suess Collection features 8 pairs of Chuck Taylors and each one is themed after the anti-hero himself. With something for both the guys and girls the collection also features a model for converse black high tops mens the babies also. If you have seen the movie that airs every holiday season you will easily recognize Max the Dog.
In an exclusive announcement, Converse has teamed up with UK sneaker retailer Offspring to offer a unique customization experience. The project, entitled Get Your Converse Stuff Inked allows fans to select a new pair of Chuck Taylors and to customize them. There will be a generous selection of 200 graphic options that will be regularly updated, available to finish either one or two sides, or the entire shoe (at an additional cost of £10, 15 and £25 respectively).