Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Hi: Boston Tribute

May 21, 2013

Category: Style

Seeing that they were started in Malden, Massachusetts back in 1908, it only seems right that Converse would create a Boston tribute sneaker to help do their part for the families affected during the Boston Marathon bombings last month.

Converse chose to use their classic Chuck Taylor All Star Hi, which has been stamped with a Boston logo across a green silhouette of the city skyline. The shoe’s upper is constructed from an off white canvas, while the Boston skyline is covered in green, and the midsole is sporting a patriotic red, white and blue color scheme. All proceeds generated from these kicks will be donated to The One Fund Boston, which gives back to the victims and families affected by the recent bombings. Get yours now on the Converse online store.

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