The Converse Kids are perfect to add a personal touch to your child's outfit! Little shoes combining comfort, personalization and originality on your child's feet! The smile will be on his face when he sees custom sneakers with his name on them!
3 to 4 weeks
What could be cuter than shoes personalized with the child's name? With Double G Customs, it is possible to create custom Converse shoes with a name.
Add your child's sweet name on little shoes, joy will be in the air! Personalization is always fun!
Personalize your child's shoes by adding his or her name to Adidas Stan Smiths or Nike Air Force 1s.
A unique personalization with your child's name on the pair of Converse!
Nice little sneakers with your child's name on them! Shoes that he will find quickly!
It is in 1915 that the Converse All Star was created by the company "Converse Rubber Shoe". At the time, the company specialized in rubber clogs that were made to be worn, among others, by prisoners in America. It was for tennis and basketball players that the first All Star shoe in history, called "A11 Star", was created.
A few years later, in 1921, the basketball player Chuck Taylor lent his image to promote the A11 Star. He will go with the company's team (the All Stars) to various American universities for demonstrations on campus. The success of these tours will cause the change of name of the model "A11 Star" by "All Star", in reference to this team.
The name of this model will change again, ten years later, as a thank you to the basketball player who will have made famous this model that will be called "Chuck Taylor All Star". Until the end of the 60s, a large part of the basketball players are equipped with Converse Chuck Taylor All Star.
Became famous, the star model of Converse knew how to charm the hearts outside the sports fields also. One thinks in particular of the actor James Dean who wears these sneakers in the film "La fureur de vivre" in 1950. The model will become a reference and will impose itself as THE timeless reference sneaker in 1969, at the death of the basketball player Chuck Taylor. Other celebrities have contributed to make the Chuck Taylor All Star a true icon. Indeed, it will be seen at the feet of Elvis Presley, Kurt Cobain, members of the Rolling Stones or The Who.
The years go by and the brand is bought in 2003 by Nike which proposes to put its know-how to the service of the Chuck Taylor All Star whose sales fall in the 2000s. The Chuck Taylor All Star II then appears in 2016, more comfortable and more resistant.