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Marquis Mills Converse, who was previously a respected manager at a footwear manufacturing firm, opened the Converse Rubber Shoe Company in Malden,Massachusetts in February 1908. And it was a basketball figure who would become the stamp and image of Converse: Chuck Taylor, star of the time who always showedtheir preference for these shoes and not only became the ambassador who took the image of Converse on all sides of the world and the United States untilhis death, but even, adopted them as his own to see a patch with his name and symbol on the ankle area of the shoes. From that point, the line would beknown Chuck Taylor Converse All Star, but people just call them All Star.
Converse had to leave his classic black and white to suit the new times and providecolorful and eye-catching designs.
Converse shoes were the most famous in the U.S.A and parts of the world. However, things were not going so well: theemergence of Nike, Reebok and Adidas in the United States represented a competition for which the company was not prepared.
The Chuck Taylor All Star shoehas developed a number of nicknames over the years, such as: "Cons", "Connie’s", "Convicts", "Convos", "Verses", "Chucker’s", "Chucks", "Converse","Chuckalos", "Chuckies", "Chuck T", or "Chucker Boots" or "Chuck Taylors"
These days the talks have varied greatly with different materials like leather, vinyl,hemp (instead of just web). In addition to heel, normal soles and sole low. Also versions: low, the ankle, between the ankle and knee, knee, and even pants.
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