In terms of basic looks, the Converse One Star isn’t exactly worlds apart from the classic Chuck Taylor All-Star. Of course, the Chuck Taylor’s icon status means that any noticeable differences, however minute, are bound to be noticed straight away.
The Converse One Star has benefitted from this effect over the years. The silhouette is simple enough that it retains the All Star’s appeal, while the little differences like the suede upper and star logo make the One Star feel like a positively radical departure. This mixture of qualities helped the One Star to become one of the more popular shoes in 1990s alternative culture.
Converse has updated the One Star for 2016. Premium suede and a Lunarlon sole offer modern tweaks to the shoe without altering the classic design.
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