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post #316 of 604
unless your foot is fat of course..
post #317 of 604
^^^
me, no. I think for a man my feet are rather thinnish.
I think the length are probably about right, although i told the salesman that they were too tight at the toe or foot end. It was my imagination probably and it was the sides that made the shoe feel smallish.
post #318 of 604
http://www.converse.com/#/products/S...Purcell/117058

Did NOT know about these, and I think I'm liking them. Better than those other new brown ones. Also posted in Official Non-Baller.
post #319 of 604
Converse for Unc, leopard fur JP's.
post #320 of 604
gross
post #321 of 604
Saw this in person and they look pretty nice, the white/off white/cream and navy combo just works. I wouldn't pay $150 for it but it reminds me of the Lanvin x Converse mids from a year ago.
I apologize for the gargantuan pic.
post #322 of 604
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Originally Posted by CorporateFresh View Post
Always size DOWN with the All Star.

I say wear your true size and lace em a bit tight, that's how you wear dem chucks.
post #323 of 604
more CONVERSE X MISSONIs http://deadstock.ca/livestock/
post #324 of 604
How do the JV lace hi tops fit? The site says UK size so I'm assuming 1 size down from my normal US size?
post #325 of 604
I have noticed three kinds of Converse Chuck Taylors.

1. Made in China
2. Made in Vietnam
3. Made in India

The Made in India Converses are the shittiest and a disgrace to the brand. They feature the lowest quality canvas & workmanship, and the finishing is shabby to say the least. Anyone noticed this?

No such probs with MIV or MIC, though.
post #326 of 604
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Originally Posted by Uncontrol View Post
how the fuck do i stop the tongue from sliding around?
Just one reason why I don't wear Converse. They're not real shoes.
post #327 of 604
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Originally Posted by quivelle View Post
I have noticed three kinds of Converse Chuck Taylors.

1. Made in China
2. Made in Vietnam
3. Made in India

The Made in India Converses are the shittiest and a disgrace to the brand. They feature the lowest quality canvas & workmanship, and the finishing is shabby to say the least. Anyone noticed this?

No such probs with MIV or MIC, though.

Hmm, didnt check where my converse were made. Will have to when I get home. Either way, mine are pretty comfortable.

HOpe you find better luck
post #328 of 604
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Originally Posted by 7_rocket View Post
Hmm, didnt check where my converse were made. Will have to when I get home. Either way, mine are pretty comfortable.

HOpe you find better luck
The MIV and MIC pieces are quality sneakers but every time I encounter an MII Converse, I turn around and bolt. You can check where it's made on the label under the tongue.
post #329 of 604
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Originally Posted by quivelle View Post
I have noticed three kinds of Converse Chuck Taylors. 1. Made in China 2. Made in Vietnam 3. Made in India The Made in India Converses are the shittiest and a disgrace to the brand. They feature the lowest quality canvas & workmanship, and the finishing is shabby to say the least. Anyone noticed this? No such probs with MIV or MIC, though.
i have 6 pairs of converse and i just checked them all, most say vietnam and china but i have a pair from zappos that says made in Indonesia i cant tell the difference
post #330 of 604
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Originally Posted by snuff_daddy View Post
i have 6 pairs of converse and i just checked them all, most say vietnam and china but i have a pair from zappos that says made in Indonesia

i cant tell the difference

Mine are made in Indonesia as well. Is that good or bad?
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