The claim that Converse sneakers are run-of-the-mill, uncomfortable plain canvas shoes has long since disappeared. The Converse CX collection upped the ante, bearing the legacy of the athlete and visionary, Chuck Taylor himself. It was made with innovative materials such as an elastic upper and a foam midsole, which makes these Converses a much more comfortable all-day sneaker because it easily adapts to every step. In this collection, you will find Chuck Taylor All Star models with CX technology in three colours and the distinctive Run Star Hike silhouette.
The Chuck Taylor All Star CX has currently reached its lightest version yet, and we therefore rank it among the most comfortable sneaker shoes on offer. In addition, it gained a special feature sure to be appreciated by anyone who puts these on. On the heel, you will now find a durable strap that allows you to easily, quickly and comfortably slip these on when you are rushing to catch the bus in the morning or want to avoid getting a bad rating from your Uber driver for late arrival.
The Run Star Hike sneaker is somewhat deceiving in its appearance, but it’s taken style and comfort to a whole new level within CX technology. The non-traditional futuristic upper made of quilted knit is complemented by an extra layer for greater durability, protecting your every step through the big bad city.
The Converse CX collection bears the motto New Comfort. New Movement and you got to explore it! So don't hold back and throw a pair in your shopping basket.
Converse CX: Converse introduces a revolutionary CX midsole with translucent accents and a stretch canvas upper. Thanks to it, you will be wearing comfortable sneakers for all-day wear that adapt to every movement.
Suede: leather cut from the back, while the fibers remain on the surface, suede is less prone to damage than nubuck.
Synthetics: unlike textile, synthetic fibers are stronger, more durable and quick-drying.
Vulcanized: refers to a sole that is reinforced in exposed places and is aimed at maximum safety, so it is most often used in skateboard models.