Written on: 14/11/2013 by johnlaaaaaaa
i am extremely disappointed with this product! would i hell recommend it to a friend! not only was it poor quality it was also late on delivery,wrong size and as soon as i worn them outside they soaked through! i will not be buying this product again, ill be sticking to my fila! (read more)
Written on: 15/10/2013 by shopkitten85 (2 reviews written)
I have always been a fan of both converse and adidas and I can honestly say that these brands manufacture shoes that go the extra mile. I still have a pair of Chuck Taylor's double tongue from 6 years ago :)). Love these guys. great Job (read more)
Written on: 07/05/2013
Converse are the best so idk what the hell you lot are on about you only find them uncomfortable coz you have fat feet maybe if you lost some weight everyone would love you fat people get a life stop blaming converse for your fatty issues fatsos (read more)
Written on: 05/05/2011
Converse are great! But not to comfy! maybe don't buy if you have quit wide feet as they really hurt you and you end up with blisters
They are quite expensive though but still good!
Written on: 18/10/2010
I love these shoes. They are very stylish and I couldn't see myself in any other shoe.
One problem is that it has no arch support, which can be very painful if you're like me. But you can always buy insoles with arch support.
I love how they let my feet breathe and how easy it is to clean them. And the wide variety of colors and designs are excellent.
One of the things I wish it had was maybe a more reinforced ankle.
As in, Putting more stronger fabric in the line in the back of the ankle... (read more)
Written on: 29/04/2009
Converse Chuck Taylor All Star skate shoes aren't for people with undeveloped feet or ankles. If you've worn heavily padded shoes your whole life, you're probably in that category. So expect to have twisted ankles because these don't provide ankle support. You know what's good for ankle support? ANKLES. If you're like me and you do a lot of barefoot training you'll love these and you won't have any of the issues talked about because you're feet and ankles are strong enough to support you're... (read more)
Written on: 27/09/2008
A step up from walking around in nothing but socks. I broke my ankle while descending a flight of stairs in these flimsy things. My advice to anyone who has never worn Chucks, but is planning to purchase a pair is do yourself a favor buy a pair of Vans Sk8 Hi, or Vision Streetwear hi-tops if you can still get hold of them. (read more)
Written on: 06/08/2008 by danny16 (5 reviews written)
They are ok, but ill probably be returning mine. they are too uncomfortable. i could feel any object under my foot and the ankle was rubbed even with socks.
LETS JUST GET THINGS STRAIGHT:
they are NOT skate shoes.Chuck Talyor was a BASKETBALLER.They are BASKETBALL shoes. They are only associated with skating due to the "Jackass" team as the skaters and jonny knoxville wear them.
Written on: 20/04/2008 by trecool321
When i wear the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star skate shoes they blister the back and front of my feet if i walk far why is this. They are cool bring some attention to your attire. They could do with a little padding (read more)
Written on: 11/02/2008
I love these shoes, they have simple and good looking design and the most amazing is they always keep up with the new trend, nowadays are more fashionable than ever for more than 30years!!!
It ' 's a casual shoe not for skating or any other sport of course, good to wear in mid season...
Very lightwieght but somehow not the most comfortable around, merrell chamaleon are better.
Some people may say that are old fashion, or ugly, and others may say their cool...Everyone has their own opinion,... (read more)
Written on: 06/08/2006 by LakaiSkater (5 reviews written)
First, I'm not going to rate chuck taylors as a skate shoe. They're not a skate shoe; they were originally made for basketball, and are now generally a casual, chill shoe, which is how I'll be reviewing them. I like the style of the shoes; simple and clean. Nothing fancy. I also like the canvas upper because you can clean it easy and keeps your feet cool. It's nice and comfortable, but they're isn't much arch support, which, after awhile, hurt my feet, but this may not bother others. Overall,... (read more)
Written on: 06/07/2006 by poopking (21 reviews written)
Converse Chuck Taylor All Star - If you want to injure your feet skating, then wear these. Just have an ambulance ready. (read more)
Written on: 21/05/2006 by Thebitchamy
The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star are not skate shoes at all if you want skate shoes pick Vans Converse are more punk rock type of shoe (read more)
Written on: 30/01/2006 by rockerskaterz (14 reviews written)
There is no padding at all and if you went to skate in the Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars your feet will be plastered in blisters! (read more)
Written on: 17/01/2006 by 4W4K3 (5 reviews written)
Purchased my Converse Chuck Taylor All Star from Kohls on sale for $35, size 10.
Outer appereance is great, I chose the high top all black style. Good design, very simple, nothing that really stands out (which I like)
Inside, is a different story. There is virtually no padding on these shoes, so they rub on your feet mercilessly. Also, no padded sole, so don't expect a soft pillow-like feel when you walk. Also, because of the thin canvas-like material, these will not keep your feet safe... (read more)
Written on: 02/09/2005 by katietee (6 reviews written)
Converse shoes (in my opinion) are by no means skater shoes. However my pink and black special edition Converse are my favourite shoes I have ever owned. They dont fall off your feet, as with Converse it is acceptable and looks fine to tie the laces unlike with a lot of other trainers. If you like to change your style reguarly like me (from gothic to emo to grebby, funky, hippy and back) these shoes are perfect. One of my main problems with buying the shoes was that with so many different... (read more)
Written on: 07/04/2005 by punksnotdead (34 reviews written)
I don't even know why Converse Chuck Taylor All Star shoes are on here. I've skated in them before. It's like skating in a flexible bowling shoe. I like the ugliness and uncomfortable ness. They actually work well for bombing down the street busting three flips and flip tricks in general. But I do not recommend them for skating unless you want to pay 80 bucks for something that you probably won't be able to skate in and rip within a few days. (read more)
Written on: 31/01/2005 by Daniel the sk8er
First of all Converse Chuck Taylor should not even be mentioned as a sk8 shoe at all. Don't even think about it if you are beginning out as a sk8er and just need some shoe that will last long enough until you can Ollie pretty good. NO! HECK NO! They suck, we you start to Ollie the fabric starts to tear on the side. If you can kick flip, just a week or two will make your toe start to bleed, you know why? CAUSE THE TOP CAP IS MISSING FROM FLIPPING THE BOARD SO MUCH! The sole wears fast and... (read more)
Written on: 30/11/2004 by ZeroDude22
I can't believe people would actually skate in this flimsy pile of nothing. There is no support, they are ugly and they rip after your second or third ollie. These are the worst skate shoes in history. They shouldn't even be under the category of skate shoes. They should be ballet shoes. Didn't you see the example picture? (read more)
Written on: 24/08/2004 by tyopot
Converse Chuck Taylor All Star shoes are just terrible, and some people use it for skating? wow. You could injure your foot by just using these lame shoes. I never liked these shoes; they're soft, weak and look rubbish. There are a lot of skate shoes out there that is much better than this rubbish.
If you want to injure your foot or ankle, then skate in these shoes. (read more)
Written on: 04/07/2004 by afiskate17
Converse Chuck Taylor All Star are great shoes. A lot of people like them, they are light and durable. They are cheap (I got mine for $15 US.) As I said, you can ollie higher because they are so light. The rubber toe makes it less apt to rip. They look good for people who are focused on old school skating. Overall a great value. (read more)
Written on: 23/04/2004 by Riob420 (5 reviews written)
Converse chucks are some awesome shoes to have and skate in. They are really easy to get used to and have a simple design. The toe cap prevents the toe from ripping. The tounge and side of the shoe could probably use a little padding but other than that they are sick. (read more)
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