We know you love your Chucks, but hey kids, it’s important to catch up on a history lesson or two. We stumbled upon an interesting book in the Amazon Marketplace, a book by Abraham Aamidor about Chuck Taylor himself. From basketball to the classic sneaker, this book goes through the life of the man himself. We’ll have a book review on this item coming up.
Chuck Taylor, All Star: The True Story of the Man behind the Most Famous Athletic Shoe in History
LOST? STOLEN? RUNAWAY?
These Chucks have been spotted in the streets of San Francisco, bearing the steep streets and sidewalks of the city they have been abandoned. What the story behind these pairs are? We will never find out. However, regardless of the scene their in, they do look good. Do the Chuck Walk.
Need the latest info on Chuck Taylor shoes AND some of your other favorite sneakers? Nice Kicks is a website that is dedicated to bringing you the freshest sneaker information on the market. With brand specific sections, their database of sneaker info is sure to amaze.
“Fly shoes. Fresh news.” is their tagline and they provide just that. They have info on the biggest and hottest Branson such as Air Jordan, Nike, Adidas, New Balance, Puma, Converse, Reebok, Supra, and Vans. We don’t really understand why people would wear anything other than Chuck Taylors but that’s a personal matter.
Check out the Chuck Taylor section of NiceKicks.com here: Chucks at NiceKicks.com
SneakerHead.com has a premium selection of quality brand shoes, including Converse and the Chuck Taylor All Star collection. In addition to the great content and accessories, they have an archive of shoes called the Sneakerfolio.
Check out the description from SneakerHead.com:
Take a look back and learn about past sneaker releases with Sneakerfolio. Categorized by year of release, Sneakerfolio provides detailed photos, descriptions, price history, popularity, and original customer reviews. You can also place your vote to “Bring Back” the fresh styles you slept on.
The Converse Sneakerfolio on SneakerHead.com is pretty awesome. You have the ability to view shoe releases from 2005 so it’s a great way to track down your favorite Chucks.
Finish Line brought about a creative twists to their Gift Cards with die-cut shoe models as part of the card. Check out the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star version below. They have a variety of different styles – guess which one is our favorite? 😀
Finish Line Gift Cards
They call me Mister Tibbs, or should we say, Sidney Poitier. In the 1970 crime drama featuring Sydney Poitier as a San Francisco detective, a pair of Chucks are used to find clues that eventually solve the mysterious case. They weren’t kidding when they said that these sneaks were Classics’, keep it up Converse!