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Maybe they’ll be followed by a Chuck III, a Chuck IV, or a Chuck V.For his part, Cottrill’s already got some ideas on what could come next.

“That maybe they want more.”And if they do, and the Chuck II is a success, who knows?Yet today, for the first time in almost 100 years, Converse is finally unveiling an honest-to-god sequel to the Chuck Taylor All Star.Meet the Chuck II, a more premium pair of kicks that were designed from the ground-up with a simple mandate: “Let’s obsess the Chuck.” like a new design. Details like the All Star patch and the eyelets have a little more depth and dimension.“People keep telling us they don’t like to wear their Chucks when it rains,” he slyly hints.Available in black, white, red, and blue, the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star II’s go on sale next Tuesday, July 28, at a suggested retail price of $70 for the Oxfords, or $75 for the high-tops.A soft and resilient foam core that helps more evenly spread out impact, Lunarlon makes the Chuck II more comfortable than previous Chucks. An iron-on in the core Chuck Taylor, the Chuck II sport a woven version, nicer looking and less likely to wear down over time.

An inner ultra suede lining also makes the Chuck II feel a little more luxurious than a standard All Star, which is supplemented by foam cushioning in the tongue and collar. The eyelets in the Chuck II are molded, creating a feeling of greater depth; same thing with the Converse heel patch, which now has three-dimensional letters, instead of just a painted-on logo.

Probably not But that's all I got 'til I come up with a solid plot Got a plan and now I gotta hatch it Like a damn Apache with a tomahawk I'ma walk inside a mosque on Ramadan And say a prayer that every time Melania talks She gets a mou—ahh, I'ma stop But we better give Obama props' Cause what we got in office now's a kamikaze That'll prolly cause a nuclear holocaust And while the drama pops And he waits for shit to quiet down, he'll just gas his plane up and fly around 'til the bombin' stops Intensities heightened, tensions are risin' Trump, when it comes to givin' a shit, you're stingy as I am Except when it comes to havin' the balls to go against me, you hide 'em' Cause you don't got the fuckin' nuts like an empty asylum Racism's the only thing he's fantastic for' Cause that's how he gets his fuckin' rocks off and he's orange Yeah, sick tan That's why he wants us to disband' Cause he can not withstand The fact we're not afraid of Trump Fuck walkin' on egg shells, I came to stomp That's why he keeps screamin', "Drain the swamp!

"' Cause he's in quicksand It's like we take a step forwards then backwards But this is his form of distraction Plus, he gets an enormous reaction When he attacks the NFL so we focus on that in----stead of talkin' Puerto Rico or gun reform for Nevada All these horrible tragedies and he's bored and would rather Cause a Twitter storm with the Packers Then says he wants to lower our taxes Then who's gonna pay for his extravagant trips Back and forth with his fam to his golf resorts and his mansions?

But if anything, the danger of alienating Converse’s core consumer with thoughtless corporate tinkering is greater, because Converse’s core consumer are creatives and artists, rockers and skateboarders, rebels and iconoclasts.

In many ways, Cottrill notes, these customers adopted the All Star against Converse’s will: up until the 1980s, Converse was still trying to market the Chuck primarily as a sports shoe, even as musicians like The Ramones and Blondie were giving All Stars counterculture cred.

Converse’s revenues have increased 10-fold since 2003, when Nike bought the company, saving it from bankruptcy.