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CONVERSE SALE - up to 60% OFF Converse
CONVERSE SALE - up to 60% OFF Converse Trainers I recommend selecting your gender and shoe size from the menu first to quickly see what's available in your size! Johnny... Read more
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18th Jun
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All Star Long-Sleeve Tee
All Star Long-Sleeve Tee ON TRACK. An athletics-inspired fit and colour-blocking give the All Star Long-Sleeve T-Shirt a fresh winter palette. Comfortable cotton meets classic... Read more
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12th Jun
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Jack Purcell Wide Wale Corduroy Low Top
Jack Purcell Wide Wale Corduroy Low Top '70s THROWBACK. Originally made for badminton the Jack Purcell sneaker has become an icon for low-key expression since its introduction... Read more
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4th May
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Chuck Taylor All Star Dainty
use code EXTRA25 at the checkout to get them delivered for £20.49 Just because we use the word "Dainty" it doesn't mean they have to be worn that way. It merely refers to the... Read more
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8th Apr
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What is Converse?


Converse is an American-based shoe company founded in 1908 by Marquis Mills Converse. They primarily produce skating shoes as well as lifestyle brand footwear and apparel and have been a subsidiary of Nike since 2003. Their shoes are distinguished by a number of features, including the company's star insignia, the All Star's rubber sole, smooth rounded toe, and wrap-around strip.

The company's catalyst came in 1917 when the Converse All-Star basketball shoe was introduced. Then in 1923, a basketball player named Charles H. "Chuck" Taylor walked into Converse complaining of sore feet. Converse gave him a job: he worked as a salesman and ambassador, promoting the shoes around the U.S., and in 1932 Taylor’s signature was added to the All-Star patch on the classic, high-topped sneakers. During WWII, they shifted their manufacturing to making footwear for the military instead for the public. It was one of the few producers of athletic shoes and for over a half century the company dominated the American court shoe market.

Popular during the 1950s and 1960s, the brand promoted an American image with its Converse Yearbook. Artist Charles Kerins created cover art that celebrated Converse's role in the lives of high school and college athletes. The chevron and star insignia, a logo that remains on a large portion of Converse footwear other than the All Star was created by their employee named Jim Labadini. Under the "CONS" name, they launched its skateboarding program in 2009 with a team of "ambassadors": Kenny Anderson, Anthony Pappalardo, Nick Trapasso, Sammy Baca, Ethan Fowler, Raymond Molinar, and Rune Glifberg.

Find the hottest Converse sales, discounts, offers, voucher codes and promo codes here at Latest Deals! Our massive community of bargain hunters are always on the lookout to find the best possible deals every month to share to our members!

From Sabrina Carpenter, to Taylor Hill, to Cole Sprouse, whatever your style, however you feel, there's a Chuck Taylor for every you.

What does Converse sell?


Converse has been producing Chuck Taylor All Star and One Star sneakers since they started more than a century ago, and now they have work to make new street style classics. What their customers wear defins sport, street, and creative culture, and they have been redefining with them all throughout the years. When people wear their products, they create a culture of authentic street style simply by being themselves. Whether they’re on the feet of a ‘70’s basketball star in a history book or on the street with you today, Chucks have always signified cool...because of the people who wear them.

They also believe that unleashing the creative spirit can change the world and they strive to make a positive impact in the communities in which they live and work. The brand empower their community partners to unleash their creative spirit through Music, Art and Skate, with a focus on inspiring and enabling young people to be their true authentic selves.

Their online catalogue includes the following categories:

  • Sale
  • Women
  • Men
  • Kids
  • Customise

How do I contact Converse?


  • You can send them an email at europe@converse.com. You can expect a reply within 24 hours.
  • You can call them on 044 203 514 2038.
Customer service opening times;
  • Monday to Friday: 8am-8pm
  • Saturday: 10am-6pm

What are the delivery options for Converse?


Standard Delivery

  • Cost: £5.50 or FREE for orders above £50
  • Delivery Time: 3-4 working days
Express Delivery
  • Cost: £12
  • Delivery Time: 2-3 working days

You can check the status of your order by logging into your account and then going to My Account / My Orders. Note that longer delivery times apply for remote locations. Postal codes starting with BT, HS, IM, IV, KW, ZE and in the range of KA27-28, PA20-49, PA60-78, PH17-26, PH30-44, PH49-50, TR21-25 have a Stadard Shipping rate of £15. Unfortunately they don’t deliver to postal codes that start with JE, GY, FI and GX as well as PO Boxes.

For more information, read their full Delivery Information page.

How do I return an item to Converse?


Converse offers a 30 days returns policy starting from the delivery date of your order. If it's been more than 30 days, you can still return your order for a full refund if the product is unused. Some restrictions apply as some of their products have specific written guarantees and/or warranties. All online orders include a return label in the box, make sure to follow the return instructions on the label.


Customised Converse products can be returned for any reason within 30 days, you need to contact their customer service first so they can send you a return label and provide you with instructions. If your product has a workmanship or material flaw, support is available depending on your place of purchase.

After you have received your label, prepare your parcel and send your return to them. Converse will process your return and refund as quickly as possible after receiving your parcel. Refund timeframes are calculated from the time the parcel has been sent back to them until the refund is credited back to your bank account or credit card. Your bank may require up to five additional working days to process your refund. The maximum refund time is up to two weeks and in many cases much quicker.

For more information, read their full Returns Policy page.

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Customise your sneakers

Converse allows you to express your own style by personalizing select products. Customise your product with a range of different colors, materials and even a personalized ID.

Converse Public Access

They asked Maisie Williams and Miley Cyrus to make their own #ConversePublicAccess shows. Things got weird.

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