For a sneaker that was produced over 100 years ago, The All-Star has really stood the test of time.  The  All-star by Converse is the all-time, best-selling, most popular performance and lifestyle sneaker of the century.  The first version was released in 1917 with initially slow sales.  Until 1921, Chuck Taylor a basketball player from Indiana discovered the lightweight canvas shoe and unearthed its potential.  For the next 11 years, Chuck travelled the US working for Converse holding basketball workshops and promoting the All-star sneaker.  Because of his incredible impact and passion for the sneaker, in 1932 Converse decided to place his name, Chuck Taylor on the ankle patch.  With various collaborations with Off-White, A Cold Wall, Comme des Garcons, Abmush, Kith and Fear of God just to name a few, The Chuck is a height-weight hall of Famer, solidified into sneaker history.