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Converse Shoes: Converse Re-Issue Collection

Converse Sport Shoes: Converse Re-Issue Collection

Introduced in 2003, the Converse Re-Issue collection represents our authentic athletic shoes that recall the purity of American sports. As far back as its 1908 founding, Converse, Americas Original Sports Company, has invented product that has greatly influenced sports and culture, including its iconic Chuck Taylor All Star basketball shoe first introduced in 1923, and its Jack Purcell court shoe first unveiled in 1935.

Throughout the 1900s, Converse again and again introduced to generations innovative footwear that defined sports footwear categories and became standard issue equipment. Mined from our own archives, Converse Re-Issue shoes are replicas of the actual athletic performance shoe silhouettes that our company introduced in the early days of basketball, tennis, turf and track, as well as the shoes that through the years helped to evolve sports and advance the performance of those who wore them. Converse Re-Issue shoes, originally created for competitive athletes, today represent for men and women a comfortable, casual and affordable sports lifestyle look for the sport of life.

Converse Re-Issue shoes epitomize the original, simple and relevant designs that have attracted millions. Committed to the same quality workmanship for which they were originally recognized, the new presentations of Converse Re-Issue feature more comfort, attitude and urban appeal. For the sneaker collector, the fashion forward, or simply someone seeking comfortable, casual and original looks that allow for personal freedom of expression, Converse Re-Issue offers those who choose their own path a faster look and the chance to recapture the authenticity and inspiration of days gone by.

For its Fall 2003 collection, for example, Converse reintroduces such legendary sports performers as the Targa, a steeplechase shoe that played a strategic role in 1984 Olympic track events, and the circa 1950s Vintage Turf shoes worn by leather-helmeted NFL MVPs and champions. Many other Converse Re-Issue shoes factored in to countless epic Olympic Games, National Basketball Association (NBA), National Football League (NFL), Major League Baseball (MLB) and United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) competitions throughout the 20th century.
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Converse Sport Shoes: Converse Re-Issue models available in our srores:

Sport Shoes: Vintage Turf Est. 1950 Black/Ecru Unisex Hi

Vintage Turf Est. 1950 Black/Ecru Unisex Hi - #1J909
Shoes inspired by classic football, the Vintage Turf harkens back to an era of leather helmets and fall classics when Coverse pioneered the development of field sports shoes. Originally accessorized with grass stains and bruises.

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Sport Shoes: Vintage Turf Est. 1950 Black/Parchment Unisex Low

Vintage Turf Est. 1950 Black/Parchment Unisex Low - #1J913
Shoe inspired by classic football, the Vintage Turf harkens back to an era of leather helmets and fall classics when Coverse pioneered the development of field sports shoes. Originally accessorized with grass stains and bruises.

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Sport Shoes: Vintage Turf Est. 1950 Ecru/Navy Unisex Low

Vintage Turf Est. 1950 Ecru/Navy Unisex Low - #1J915
Inspired by classic football, the Vintage Turf harkens back to an era of leather helmets and fall classics when Coverse pioneered the development of field sports shoes. Originally accessorized with grass stains and bruises.

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Sport Shoes: Quick Start Est. 1977 Black/White Unisex Low

Quick Start Est. 1977 Black/White Unisex Low - #1J883
These track shoes were equipped with spikes when the originals came out in 1977. They looked great coming off the starting blocks; which was about the only place to catch a focused glimpse of them. Leather/nylon upper for an even quicker style.

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Sport Shoes: Quick Start Est. 1977 Chocolate/Parchment Unisex Low

Quick Start Est. 1977 Chocolate/Parchment Unisex Low - #1J884
When the originals came out in 1977 these track shoes were equipped with spikes. And they looked great coming off the starting blocks; which was about the only place to catch a focused glimpse of them. Leather/nylon upper for an even quicker style.

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Sport Shoes: Quick Start Est. 1977 Grey/Tangerine Unisex Low

Quick Start Est. 1977 Grey/Tangerine Unisex Low - #1J885
These track shoes were equipped with spikes when the originals came out in 1977. And they looked great coming off the starting blocks; which was about the only place to catch a focused glimpse of them. Suede/mesh upper for an even quicker style.

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Sport Shoes: Quick Start Est. 1977 Yolk/Carolina Unisex Low

Quick Start Est. 1977 Yolk/Carolina Unisex Low - #1J888
When the originals came out in 1977 these track shoes were equipped with spikes. And they looked great coming off the starting blocks; which was about the only place to catch a focused glimpse of them. Suede/mesh upper for an even quicker style.

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Sport Shoes: Leather Trainer Est. 1975 Black/Parchment Unisex Low

Leather Trainer Est. 1975 Black/Parchment Unisex Low - #1J726
A close cousin to the 1975 Nylon Trainer, and a friend of the open road, this was the shoe for those who liked the sturdier comfort of leather, but wanted the performance and versatility of a trainer.

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Sport Shoes: Leather Trainer Est. 1975 Navy/Parchment Unisex Low

Leather Trainer Est. 1975 Navy/Parchment Unisex Low - #1K095
This was the shoe for those who liked the sturdier comfort of leather, but wanted the performance and versatility of a trainer. Contrasting star and chevron add speed to this already super-fast shoe. Full-grain luxurious leathers cover this stylish Re-Issue, with color-coordinating parchment midsole and a gum rubber outsole.

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Sport Shoes: Leather Trainer Est. 1975 Parchment/Chocolate Unisex Low

Leather Trainer Est. 1975 Parchment/Chocolate Unisex Low - #1K096
For those who liked the sturdier comfort of leather, but wanted the performance and versatility of a trainer, this was the shoe. A close cousin to the 1975 Nylon Trainer. Full-grain luxurious leathers cover this stylish Re-Issue, with color-coordinating parchment midsole and a gum rubber outsole. Contrasting star and chevron add speed to this already super-fast shoe.

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Sport Shoes: Leather Trainer Est. 1975 White/Navy Unisex Low

Leather Trainer Est. 1975 White/Navy Unisex Low - #1K166
For Those who liked the sturdier comfort of leather, but wanted the performance and versatility of a trainer, this was the shoe. A close cousin to the 1975 Nylon Trainer, and a friend of the open road.

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Sport Shoes: MT Star 1 Est. 1981 Black/Parchment Unisex Low

MT Star 1 Est. 1981 Black/Parchment Unisex Low - #1J874
After jogging on a wet day in the 80's, more than a few people felt the urge to track a little mud in the house just to see that Star patten tread on the floor. Not that you would try something like that.

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Sport Shoes: MT Star 1 Est. 1981 Parchment/Burnt Red Unisex Low

MT Star 1 Est. 1981 Parchment/Burnt Red Unisex Low - #1J876
More than a few people felt the urge to track a little mud in the house just to see that Star patten tread on the floor after jogging on a wet day in the 80's.. Not that you would try something like that.

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Sport Shoes: Stadium Star Est. 1983 White/Navy Mens Low

Stadium Star Est. 1983 White/Navy Mens Low - #1J338
That's great shoe for multiple sports, with a classic turf silhouette debuted in '83 as a football/baseball shoe with a full-grain leather and classic rubber turf bottom. A hit with reigning pros and regular Joes, it was a great all-around performer back then and right now.

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Sport Shoes: Stadium Star Est. 1983 Black/White Mens Low

Stadium Star Est. 1983 Black/White Mens Low - #1J339
A shoe that's great for multiple sports? Better believe it. This classic turf silhouette debuted in '83 as a football/baseball shoe with a full-grain leather and classic rubber turf bottom. A hit with reigning pros and regular Joes, it was a great all-around performer back then and right now.