How do you know if your Converse are fake?

How do you know if your Converse are fake?

Authentic Converse shoes will have a serial number on the label on the inside of the tongue and each shoe will bear this number. If you have two different numbers then something is off. This number should also be on the box they came in as well.

How can you tell if All Star sneakers are fake?

To spot fake All Star Converse, check to see if the pin stripe on the top edge of the sole is shaky, which is a sign that the shoe is a fake. In addition, take a look at the Chuck Taylor patch, which should show a navy blue star and Taylor’s signature.

How many holes do Converse have?

Although the two holes might look like a unique design idea that just make the trainers stand out from the crowd, they do actually have a more practical purpose. As many trainer wearers will know, if you’re walking around a lot, your feet can become hot and sweaty, so the first use of the holes is to help ventilate.

Where is Converse originally made?

Converse sneakers are made in factories overseas in Asia; in Indonesia, China, India, Vietnam, Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia and Pakistan. Prior to 2001 Converse were produced in the USA. Converse sneakers that are ‘Made in America’ are now coveted collectors items.

Why do some Converse have 7 eyelets?

I know I have. Well, wonder no more – it turns out their first purpose is to provide a little ~ventilation to your feet. The holes allow air to circulate around and stop your feet getting all sweaty.

What Colour is the Converse logo?

The Converse logo boasts a simplistic design, which has proved to be effective in all aspects. The black color portrays excellence, elegance, and integrity. The white color stands for purity and charm.

Can Converse be washed?

Converse advises against throwing your sneakers in the washing machine. Mild soap and lukewarm water will do the trick for your canvas sneakers. Use a damp cloth to rub the shoes—don’t be too rough on the material. You can take a toothbrush or smaller brush to scrub the toecap and rubber base of the shoe.