As a traditional American brand, Converse can look back on over 100 years of corporate history.Founded in 1908 by Marques Mills Converse in Malden, Massachusetts, the company initially focused on the manufacture of winterproof footwear and vulcanized rubber tires. The need for athletic footwear was immense, so in 1917 a new type of shoe came out that we know today as the Chuck Taylor All Star. From then on, the brand's success story was unstoppable. In the following decades, models like the All Star or the Converse One Star became symbols of their own sense of style and non-conformity and a fashion statement for complete generations. Today, the Chuck Taylor All Star is one of the best-selling shoes of all time and Converse is an absolute cult brand. Converse sneakers have become an integral part of numerous subcultures. Whether in the skater, punk or hip-hop scene, Converse are always at the forefront. Even today, they stand for rebellion, but more in terms of fashion. Do not swim with the flow and remain true to themselves is the brand's recipe for success. Models like the One Star or the classic Chucks are available in numerous colors and patterns and can be super combined due to their minimalist design. Whether classic colors like white and black or crazy patterns - there is something for every taste and occasion.