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There aren't too many black and white high top converse sneaker brands lodged in the American conscious the way that Converse is. A few quick numbers to prove their ubiquity: more than 550 million pairs have been produced since 1917 and, as of 2012, 60% of all Americans own or have owned a pair in their life. Encapsulating these factoids and a few more important milestones in the All-Star Brand's history (including the most expensive pair they've ever made, those from the Missoni collection to the surprises of no-one) is this visual history, a chart plotting out their rise since they began peddling sneakers in 1908. Hit the jump with us to see the infographic in its entirety and let us know in the comments if you feel like Converse is at this point the quintessential American sneaker company.

Legendary graffiti artist Futura teamed up with Converse on an incredible Chuck Taylor II filled with his signature strokes and easily recognizable "atom" logos. "Wearable art" is one way to describe these gems, and black leather converse high tops Converse was kind enough to give us insight into his creative process through the lens of his son 13th Witness, one of the best young photographers in the game. Enjoy an inside look as well as a video that explores this latest collaborative release, and get your hands on these come February 1st.

The exclusivity blue converse high tops route seems ÿþThe latest Chuck Taylors with a zipper added for easy entry come from the same place that's been responsible for the majority of these boot-ish interpretations of classic vulc-soled hightops: Japan. Following up on notable collaborations by mita sneakers, Nintendo and Nigo of BAPE fame comes a new ABC-Mart x Converse Chuck Taylor All Star set with striped pairs adding zippers to their lateral sides, while sherling-lined editions opt for bright shades on the traditional monotone canvas uppers. Check out the entire pack in more photos below and stick with Sneaker News in case a US shop gets some in stock.

Ace Hotel first opened its doors in 1999 in blue converse womens Seattle with its arms wide open to musicians, artists, and other creative minds and today, with three locations in the U.S., Ace is considered to be one of the leaders of progressive American establishments dedicated to cultivating the arts and of course, providing shelter. Converse has recognized Ace Hotel's mission statement and growing status and has created a special colorway of the Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star Bosey; the upper features an olive drab waxed canvas material with a rubberized gum toe-cap with Bosey-boot grooves for a military-inspired appeal.

Converse will release their third team up silhouette with the likes of Ace Hotel this week-on Friday, June 14th to be exact. The model selected for the partnership is the Converse Pro Leather , a sneaker that has been very much a go to for collab stuff over the past year and a half. The palette keeps things pretty minimal, alternating between a white and soft grey save for the standout "A" logo stamps across the upper. Get the full images after the jump and watch for the Ace Hotel x Converse Pro Leather to release at Ace Hotel New York, Portland, Palm Springs, and Seattle and online this Friday for $120.

Through last Summer's two-pair release featuring the Air Jordan 2 and the Fastbreak Mid, the story of Michael Jordan's winning ways in college was told. Rumors are swirling around regarding yet another collaborative boys converse release between the Jumpman and the shoe company founded over a century ago, and it involves the two most popular Air Jordan models of all-time. While details are scarce, it appears that the Air Jordan 1 as well as the Air Jordan 11 will be focal points, although it's not clear if these are meant to packaged with another Converse shoe or if they're being packaged together. The Air Jordan 1, of course, is Michael's first signature shoe with Nike, while the Air Jordan 11 is regarded as the most Image popular Air Jordan model of all-time. Stay tuned for updates.
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