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How To Make Your Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Sneakers Glow In The Dark

Submitted by on March 12, 2012 – 12:43 pmNo Comment
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Just a few short years ago, there was a niche market for the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star sneakers. Some older folks who used to wear them when they were younger laced theirs up because of the nostalgia they felt when they wore them. Some younger folks wore them simply to pay homage to a time when sneakers were much simpler and, maybe more importantly, much cheaper. But it wasn’t like everyone was wearing them. No, that didn’t happen until relatively recently when Chuck Taylors become one of the go-to sneakers in just about everyone‘s sneaker collection. As a result, it seems like every third or fourth person you bump into on the streets is rocking a pair of All Stars. And they all look the same.

You don’t have to worry about that anymore, though. First off, Converse now allows you to customize their sneakers, including the Chuck Taylors, to your exact specifications. Like Nike did with NIKEiD, they’ve created an online store where you can build a pair of sneakers from the ground up and choose what colors you want to make it. But now, they’ve taken things one step further by introducing glow in the dark features into the mix. That’s right. You can make your Chuck Taylors glow in the dark—and set yourself apart from the crowd—simply by customizing your sneakers through Converse.

And that’s not all. Converse has also added a bunch of new prints and add-ons for the Chuck Taylors that can help you separate yourself even further from the pack. Best of all, you can start customizing your Chucks now simply by visiting the Converse site and getting your designer on. Trust us: If you are going to wear Chuck Taylor All Stars, this is the way to go. You’ll get a unique pair of classic sneakers for less than you’d pay for a lot of other sneakers out there. And you won’t ever have to worry about anyone else wearing the same Chuck Taylors as you again.

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