Dotted’ is not a word that naturally translates to comparisons. A ‘dotter’ would be something that does dots (or if you’re thinking phonetically, a female offspring), not ‘more dots’, yet ‘dottest’ somehow gets its point across quite easily. The idea on these new Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Cheap ‘Dottest’ designs is that they’re covered to the max in a range of polka dot sizes. Three pairs each in hightop and lowtop cuts offer a variety of color expressions and each has a unique vibe combining the timeliness of all-over prints with the nostalgia of Chucks and polka dots.
We’ve seen our fair share of outlandish takes on the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Outlet Store before, but today’s Gold Chains Collection could just be one of the most ambitious pairs to date. The canvas upper has never been known as a premium or exclusive pair to grab – instead it was its widespread availability that made these appealing enough to be an American classic. Today we look at two pairs that opt for luxury though, with a Versace like reference featuring a number of printed gold chains intersecting while an actual gold chain is linked across the back heel. Available in both red and navy, the clean white midsole and toe box let you focus on the gold.
When was the last time you picked up a Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Men? This latest premium edition definitely makes it hard to pass up on thanks to a textile upper that blends a casual navy and off white together that works well with the all white midsole and toe box. Metal eyelets contrast the look, and just incase you’re worried about a comfort aspect, this pair adds a padded footbed to the canvas lined sockliner.
It wouldn’t be Spring/Summer without the expected additions of tye die to our favorite uppers. Leave it to Converse, as they recently outfitted the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Buy Online in both high and low editions with a simple monochromatic tie dye look as part of their “Tie Dye” pack. The pattern goes great on the canvas silhouettes and each pair gets either a hot pink or an electric blue that is sure to catch the eye.
Does this look like a patriotic pair of sneakers to you? They’ve got the stars and bars going on, but that Old Glory imagery is actually camouflaged a bit here by the color selection and the introduction of some other patterns into the equation. The result is something that Converse is calling “Rag Flag Calico”, which will be showing up soon with the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Women 1970s build that’s got some extra weight to it.