When it comes to comfort for their feet, there are people out there who are only prepared to consider a pair of Converse trainers.
When American basketball player Charles H. “Chuck” Taylor walked into Converse complaining of sore feet, the name ‘Converse’ became synonymous with both comfort and style and, despite a rocky period in the 1940s, the Converse is still renowned as one of the world’s top trainer manufacturers.
As well as basketball, where some of the NBA’s top stars wear Converse footwear, the brand has also found success within the music industry, creating special edition shoes and trainers for bands like The Who, Metallica, The Clash, Grateful Dead, Ozzy Osbourne, Jimi Hendrix, and Nirvana.
The first case in point is this pair of Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Ox Unisex Plimsolls, which could quite easily become your everyday pair – no matter what the occasion!
As one of the most famous and recognisable plimsolls on the planet, the Ox version of the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star features a low cut, lace fastening, toffee bottom sole and has the legendary All Star logo to the tongue and heel.
If you really want to stand out from the crowd, the same plimsolls are available in this cool royal blue. Your feet will never be missed in these!
Of course, when most people think of Converse, they think of Hi Tops. The classic ‘basketball’ shoe is what has made the brand so renowned and these Chuck Taylor Hi Top plimsolls are a true American classic that has changed very little since they first hit the market.
These plimsolls feature a strong canvas upper which bears the original Chuck Taylor patch logo to the inside, two perforated holes help to circulate air inside the shoe and they come in a range of funky colours including white, red, navy and black.
Finally, if you are planning on jetting off to sunnier climbs this summer, then these Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Sandals should definitely be in your suitcase.
In a cool navy colour, these sandals offer complete comfort as you walk around the pool or on the beach.
Why not check out the full range of Converse footwear from Very.co.uk?