The Simpsons Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Footwear Collection

Jun 13, 2013

Category: Style

How in the world did it take Converse over twenty years to team up with The Simpsons? This summer the two will finally team up for the first time ever to release The Simpsons Footwear Collection.

The sneaker pack revolves around our favorite silhouette from Cons in the Chuck Taylor All Star, and will be available in both adult and youth sizes. The graphics vary from shoe to shoe, and include a Homer themed sneaker, a pair with Bart writing on the chalkboard, and of course a pair with Homer being frustrated with Bart’s antics alongside the females in the family (Marge, Lisa and Maggie). Expect all of these offerings to release on June 15th through the Converse online store.

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