Converse Infants CT All Star II Hi - Black Mono
You do your thing. You do it relentlessly. Every day, you’re on your feet and moving. You love your Chucks, but you need them to be more. We listened. Introducing the Chuck Taylor All Star II. They’re cushioned for hustle. They fit and feel better, but still look like the icons you’ve always connected with. Now you can do your thing, only harder. The Lunarlon Sockliner is a lightweight, soft and responsive cushioning that rolls with the punches. A 360-degree collar and tongue foam provides a snug, secure fit around your ankles and instep. The interior has an ultra soft liner made of high quality, breathable suede. It provides a comfort that will keep your mind on the important stuff.
At age 47, Marquis Mills Converse, who was previously a respected manager at a footwear manufacturing firm, opened the Converse Rubber Shoe Company in Malden, Massachusetts in February 1908. The company was a rubber shoe manufacturer, providing winterized rubber soled footwear for men, women, and children. By 1910, Converse was producing shoes daily, but it was not until 1915 that the company began manufacturing athletic shoes for tennis.
The company's main turning point came in 1917 when the Converse All-Star basketball shoe was introduced. Then in 1921, a basketball player named Charles H. "Chuck" Taylor walked into Converse complaining of sore feet. Converse gave him a job: he worked as a salesman and ambassador, promoting the shoes around the United States, and in 1932 Taylor’s signature was added to the All Star patch on the classic, high-topped sneakers.