Unmatched Comfort On And Off The Court
From the Non-Skid, to the Chuck Taylor All Star, to the Chuck 70 Hi.
The Converse Chuck 70 Hi has a rich heritage that dates back to its humble beginnings as the 'Non-Skids' for basketball players in 1917. When the legendary Charles H. Taylor, aka 'Chuck Taylor,' joined forces with Converse to create the ultimate basketball shoe, the pair got reintroduced as the Chuck Taylor All Star in 1922. A sneaker that quickly gained popularity among basketball players for its innovative canvas upper and rubber sole. Over the years, the design evolved, and in 1970, the Chuck 70 Hi was born. An enhanced version of its forerunner with upgraded materials and construction to adapt to the needs of everyday wear.
With its OrthoLite cushioned insole and breathable canvas uppers, the current design doesn't compromise when it comes to comfort. It provides excellent support through shock absorption, and its proper airflow keeps your feet cool and dry throughout the day. Whether you hit the hardwood court, stroll the city streets or dance the night away, the Chuck 70 Hi ensures maximum comfort with every step