Throughout the years, the iconic Chuck Taylor from Converse has been a canvas classic. Both the low, ox-style sneaker and the high-top All Star have long been wardrobe staples for everyone from the casual kid to the punk rock stars on stage—you rarely ever saw Joey Ramone wearing anything besides his Chuck Taylors. Black and white were, for a long time, the staples, but now Converse is constantly adding new colors and patterns to keep the classic sneakers fresh each and every season.
Here are some of our favorite new colors and patterns, available now from Converse.
Many of the new patterns and colors are available for women. The Women’s Chuck Taylor low top sneaker in peppermint has a pastel look that’s perfect for the warm weather months, all while maintaining that classic low top Chuck look with the logo detail at the heel.
Another great new Converse look for women comes with the Chuck Taylor low top sneaker in a blue and white wash, with a slightly tye-dye feel that also evokes the clear summer sky above. It’s perfect for summer vacation.
Our final recommended look for women is the Double Tongue Low in charcoal and pink. This two-tone style is a slight variation on the classic Chuck Taylor low top sneaker, with a second tongue adding a pop of pink that takes a one-color sneaker and adds a fashionable burst of color.
New colors and patterns aren’t just for the gals. There are plenty of new looks available for guys too, and our first recommended look is the the Men’s All Star High in red, white and blue. The American color scheme is augmented with flag-style stripes and a stylized eagle detail to give patriotism a new look.
If you’re looking for more of a solid color look, we recommend the All Star Lo in burgundy. It’s got the classic Chuck Taylor silhouette in a new, bold color that stands out without being too outrageous. It’s the perfect addition for a Converse connoisseur.
Our final men’s style is something a little different. The men’s All Star mid in a black and white wash has a rugged, weathered look, along with a padded collar that alters the silhouette a bit from the traditional Chuck Taylor high-top sneaker. You can still get that classic Converse look, but strike a different chord with this unique shoe.
We hope that you’ve found some new looks to look out for with these American classics.