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Converse is an American training shoe company that began as a rubber company, transitioned to sneakers and boots, and then specialised in basketball and other sports. Due to their popularity on the basketball courts and in skateparks, Converse sneakers suddenly became fashionable and began showing up in rock clubs, on the streets, on rap stars, on celebrities. Converse became the sneaker of choice for trendy individuals, with no single style or definition. Artists, rappers, gamers, skaters, everyone began wearing Converse! The Converse Rubber Shoe Company was founded in Malden, Massachusetts in 1908. The company provided winterised rubber and by 1910 was producing 4,000 shoes daily, but they did not begin manufacturing athletic shoes until 1915. The turning point for the company from shoe manufacturer to fashion label came in 1917 when the Converse All-Star basketball shoe was introduced. When a basketball player named Charles H. "Chuck" Taylor began working as a salesman and ambassador for Converse his signature was added to the Converse All-Star basketball shoe. Converse also began customising shoes for basketball teams such as the New York Renaissance and the Philadelphia Warriors. Converse lost much of its near-monopoly in the 1970's when new competitors such as Puma, Adidas, then Nike and Reebok emerged with new designs to the market. This loss of market share, forced Converse to file for bankruptcy in 2001. Footwear Acquisitions purchased the brand and turned it around, leading to a buyout by Nike in 2003. Converse today is still the fashionable shoe of choice for celebrities such as Willow Smith, Drew Barrymore, Demi Lovato, and Kristen Stewart.

For all customer service enquiries regarding the UK Converse product range including sales, warranty, returns and wholesale requests. Please call the phone number provided or write to them at Converse Europe, Charlotte Building, 17 Gresse Street, London, W1T 1QL. Phones lines are open 7 days a week 24 hours a day.

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