How to Create Your Own Converse All Stars

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How to Create Your Own Converse All Stars
Personalise your own Converse All Stars. (Jupiterimages/Comstock/Getty Images)

Chuck Taylor All Stars have had fans since the 1920s. Taylor, a basketball player, admired the Converse sneaker and became a huge promoter of it right away. The company has kept the shoe virtually the same since Taylor's day. One thing that has changed is a big plus for All Star fans. Now the Converse web site allows wearers to put their own colourful spin and design on the classic sneaker. It takes only a matter of clicks.

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    Changing the Basics

  1. 1

    Hover over "Create" on Converse's home page. Mouse down to "Chuck Taylor All Stars" and click it. Look at the different types of All Star customisable shoes and click on one you like to start designing.

  2. 2

    Click on "Color" and choose one you like. You can also click on the "Print" box, next to the "Color" box, to scroll through the designs available for nearly every part of the shoe.

  3. 3

    Click on one of the boxes lined near the top of the page to design another part of the shoe. Designers can choose a colour for everything from the inside of the shoe and the shoe's heel stripe to the shoestrings and eyelets. Once you're done making a choice in one box, click on the next one and keep going until you've made all the choices possible.

  4. 4

    Click on the "Your Size" box on the right once you're done. Choose your country, gender, size and the quantity of shoes you'd like in that style. Click on "Done" when finished.

  5. 5

    Click on "Add to Cart" when you've made all of your choices and follow the steps to buy your new shoes.

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