19.10.2017

Go Bold

Hard to miss. Good to see. The One Star goes bold

Converse One Star

The One Star sneaker was originally designed for basketball in the 70s. Then skateboarding happened and the sneaker found itself stepping off the court and hitting the streets.

Converse One Star

Two decades later a co-sign from Kurt Cobain helped cement the sneaker’s fashion icon status, and the One Star sneaker was as much a fixture of the 90s as other grunge stalwarts like flannel and ripped denim.

Converse One Star

For the next generation the One Star’s materials, colours and details have evolved to make the shoe even more relevant to now. The best parts are still here, like the vulcanized rubber outsole and iconic star design, while a suede upper with mesh lining makes for more comfort and durability. An Ortholite insole adds cushioning and bright new colourways will make people look. 

Converse One Star

The Converse One Star is unashamedly bold, which makes it perfect for you to do you. The unisex silhouette lends itself to myriad looks and as seen on this page can do everything from adding a pop of colour to an otherwise demure tonal look, to forming part of a maximalist outfit, and goes as well with denim as it does athleisure outfits... 

Converse One Star

The point is to have fun with the Converse One Star. To be you, just that little bit extra, and then stay comfortable while doing that. 

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