Converse Shoes

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Converse Shoes

Postby ndyllelda » Mon Jan 29, 2018 4:50 am

It was in 1908 in Maldon, Massacchussets converse shoes nz sale when Marquis M. Converse opened the Converse Rubber Shoe Company. Also known as the Boston Rubber Shoe Company, it has been making shoes since the early 20th century, providing winterized rubber soled footwear for men, women and children. 2 years later, Converse, being a rubber shoe manufacturer, produced 4,000 shoes daily and in 1915 started manufacturing tennis shoes.

In 1917, Converse All-star converse all star outlet nz basketball shoes were introduced, a real innovation considering that the sport was only 25 years old. The big break came in when it was endorsed by basketball player Charles H. "Chuck" Taylor as his preferred shoe of choice.

In 1921 he went in complaining converse jack purcell cheap sale of sore feet. Converse came to his rescue by not only alleviating the pain but by giving him a job.Being impressed with the company's shoe designs, he worked as a salesman and ambassador promoting the shoes all over the United States thereby becoming the company's leading salesman. Then, after a few changes to the shoe have been made upon his proposal, Converse shoes got it's current name and Chuck Taylor's signature on it's ankle patch.Chuck Taylor All Star basketball shoes have also been referred to as "Cons", "Connies", "Chucks", "Converse", "Chuckie T's" and "Chucker Boots" for the higher styles.

Colored and patterned shoelaces became buy converse shoes new zealand so popular to complement Converse's two colored black and white trademark before 1966 in order to match each basketball team's specific colors. This was brought about by the consumers demand for more varieties on the shoe and pressure from the different basketball teams.Eventually, it wasn't only about the colors but more styles came out. Low-top or "Oxford", high-top and later, knee-high versions were produced. Construction materials for these styles include leather, suede, vinyl, denim and hemp. There were even some versions that were offered without laces and are held up by elastic. All of these new designs were co-designed by Chuck Taylor himself who tirelessly continued his work until his death in 1969.
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