So we’ve all heard about the “worn” look on any Converse Chuck Taylor All Star sneaker, but how do you get that clean cut look that’s just enough rough and also looks great with your best pair of slacks?
The answer is hand-dying them. That’s what Tenue de Nimes does and you can get your very own pair.
This is by far the best look we’ve seen with the freshness of a new pair of shoes but the worn out look to show that your Chucks have character. The best part about it is that you can rough them up and add your own stories to these pari of beautiful sneaks, and the stylized colorations will remain.
We give these Chucks 10/10 for their beauty, artistic style, and it’s just a damn good story to say that your Chucks were hand dyed. But, with everything great in life, it comes with a hefty price tag.
The ABA Journal celebrates innovation within the legal profession and gave each of this year’s Legal Rebel winners a pair of custom Chucks as a wearable symbol of nonconformity.
More lawyers should wear Chucks. The Chuckverse team spotted this article through user feedback. An interesting array of Chuck wearing Laywers. Whether it brings about the symbolism of nonconformity? Let’s get the Jury on that one! In any case, we think more lawyers should wear Chucks.
Converse has a strong connection to Target through the Converse ‘One-Star’ brand. Similar to ‘All-Stars’, the ‘One-Stars’ are made exclusively for Target. So, it would be fitting for Target to use an icon of the iconic sneaker on their mobile app.
This is part of the Chuck Spotting category on Chuckverse, if you spot Chucks on the street or in any form of media, let us know!
It’s not really fair. Why is it that New Jersey is the lucky state to have Converse’s largest mall location?
As of this month, Westfield Garden State Plaza in Paramus, New Jersey, is home of Converse’s biggest mall store ever. So why did the Andover, Massachusetts-based Converse, Inc. choose this particular shopping mall for its location? According to the company’s press release regarding the event, the mall “evokes the sport and rock ‘n’ roll heritage of Converse.”
The 4,500-squre-foot store will not only feature a wide variety of Chuck Taylor All-Stars and other renowned shoe styles—it will also have a Converse Customization “Ink Bar” where fans can create one-of-a-kind shoes, accessories, and apparel.
Lucky Jersey folks.
Maybe there is finally a reason for me to go to Jersey after all!
So, maybe I am in the wrong here, but why would you utilize a brand to spread the word when there is no direct relation? I just don’t get it. Regardless of the situation, we can all agree that the Chuck Taylor shoe has become more than just a sneaker, but an icon. I think this image says it all.