Converse Chuck Taylor All Star "Utility"


The Converse Chuck Taylor has been a wardrobe staple for many, many years. This timeless sneaker was originally released in 1917 as a basketball sneaker, and has since become one of the most ubiquitous shoes on the planet. The latest version, coined the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star "Utility," is available in three colorways: Wheat, Back Alley Brick, and Black. All three in the collection feature a combination textile and suede upper with white rope laces. Check out the pics for details. You can grab this modified take on the original at Sneakerhead now.

Converse One Star "Camo"


Originally released way back in 1974, the Converse One Star was designed to excel on the basketball court. Since then it has transitioned into a go-to model for skaters, and became a versatile lifestyle sneaker for all. Available in a wide array of colors, materials, and patterns, the latest "Camo" version is getting a lot of attention for its "BAPE-like" design. They are constructed of durable canvas, feature an all over duck camo print, and sport One Star's signature brown rubber outsole. A perfect daily sneaker for the summer months ahead, check out all the details in the pics below. You can cop your pair now at Sneakerhead.

Converse Chuck 70 "Wordmark Pack"


The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star is a staple in any wardrobe. This ubiquitous classic has been created in countless colorways and materials, and the hits keep coming. The Converse Chuck 70 "Wordmark Pack" features premium construction and wool accents. This "70" version is an homage to the original All Star from the 1970s, and boasts a thicker rubber sole, additional cushioning, and quality materials. The Wordmark Pack is available in Egret, Black, and Enamel Red colorways. They all share an embossed Converse "badge" on the medial side of the sneaker, and a wool "C" on the lateral side. You can pick them up at Sneakerhead now.

Converse Chuck II "Reflective Print"


Despite all of the highly anticipated Nike, Adidas, and Air Jordan releases of 2015, there was one model that arguably got more attention that any other, the Converse Chuck II. This modern take on the ubiquitous Chuck Taylor was readily welcomed and mentioned on nearly every blog, newspaper, and news network. The re-worked Chuck II is lighter than the original and crafted with a durable canvas upper, micro-suede lining, non-slip padded tongue, monochrome matte eyelets, and a comfortable Lunarlon insole. Plus, the latest "Reflective Print" model has an allover reflective camo print that's hard to ignore in the dark, or the light. Look for the Converse Chuck II "Reflective Print" coming soon.