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They look really cool: The monochromatic rubber shoes are super cute. They come in six adult colors and my favorites, the pair I received, are the mustardy yellow version. Not too bright, but not too dark, the shoes can be worn with a colorful outfit and add a pop to a neutral ensemble.

The premise is great: People wear chucks with their cool looking outfits. Rarely are rain boots chic enough not to disturb an outfit desired aesthetic. The press release emphasizes these shoes can be work during music festival mud pits. I completely agree and wouldn hesitate to throw the sneakers on whether it raining or not.

They too tight: Chucks usually run a half size too big so my normal size, a woman six and a half, was sized down to a six. But these chucks prove a new challenge. To help keep water out, the tongue is attached from the toe of the shoe until the high top begins. It definitely necessary (my first thought was, if the tongue just comes out as it does in typical sneakers, how will it keep out the rain) but I definitely could stood a bigger shoe.

The tongue’s still open at the top: They may be rubber, but they still sneakers. The tongue of the shoe reveals gaps at the top where water will probably be able to seep through.
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Converse is infusing its signature Chuck Taylor All Star shoe with Nike technology to create a more comfortable and durable sneaker in the line’s first major revamp in nearly 100 years.

The Chuck Taylor All Star II, hitting stores on July 28, looks like the original but features Nike’s Lunarlon cushion with arch support, a padded, non slip tongue, a higher quality canvas exterior and other enhancements.

“It’s a really modern day version of a Chuck Taylor,” said Geoff Cottrill, VP general manager of brand and segment at Converse. “We’ve kept the core DNA of the original and added some Nike technology . to offer a more comfortable experience.”

The second generation Chuck Taylors represent Nike owned Converse’s biggest collaboration with its parent company to date. Mr. Cottrill, who will be speaking at Ad Age’s Small Agency Conference next week in Boston, said the brand may start working with Nike more often in order to advance its footwear.

Converse has paired with Nike in the past as well. The Cons skateboarding shoe has the same cushioning as the Chuck II and the Jack Purnell Signature sneaker features Nike Zoom Air cushioning.

In store, Converse will highlight the Chuck II’s new technology and other core product features to set it apart from its predecessor, a spokeswoman for Converse said. The original Chuck will still be available.

But the brand will not push the technology or its relationship with Nike in its advertising, Mr. Cottrill said. He wants to continue building on Converse’s legacy as a tool for self expression and creativity, allowing the brand to stand on its own rather than as a Nike subsidiary.

“As the world changes and consumers demand more, we’re going to rise to meet their needs,” said Mr. Cottrill. “We built this for consumers to continue doing what they do with Chucks and just do more of it. We very much see this being consistent with the ‘Made by You’ campaign,” he said, referring to a push that debuted earlier this year to celebrate customers who customize their Chucks.

The footwear brand began teasing the Chuck II last week with a new campaign called “Ready for More,” out of creative shop Anomaly. The campaign is running in print, digital, out of home and in store. It will ramp up on July 28, when the shoe is released in all major markets, marking the company’s first coordinated global launch.

“It’s the first time we really consciously updated the product,” said Mr. Cottrill. “We’re getting behind it in a big way from a media, digital, print, out of home and in store perspective.”

Converse will focus on promoting the second generation sneaker into next year, Mr. Cottrill said, declining to comment on the budget for the push. “Ready for More” will run alongside the “Made By You” campaign for the original Chuck Taylors.

The Chuck II was inspired by customers’ busy lifestyles. Last year, three members of the Converse business development team spent two weeks in the back of a van with London based rock band Zoax during their tour. They acted as roadies, helped the band set up for shows and got feedback on the classic Chucks. Being on the road showed Converse that consumers wanted a more comfortable, durable shoe.
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Converse’s iconic Chuck Taylor sneaker is getting an update. The goal? To finally make them comfortable. Dubbed “The Converse Chuck II,” this new version will add arch support, cushioned soles and a breathable lining.

The new shoe is set to hit store shelves on July 28 and comes in black, white, red and blue. The price: $75 for high tops and $70 a low cut pair.

From the outside, the Chuck II will look a whole lot like the original. The same capped rubber toe, canvas exterior and circular “All Star” emblem will all be in place.

But the updated sneaker will have some bells and whistles, including a padded tongue, perforated suede lining and more durable canvas. Nike’s Lunarlon foam gives extra cushioning, just like it does for about 100 other Nike (NKE) styles, from the casual Air Force 1, to its Kobe X basketball shoe.

At first glance, Chuck II’s look just like the original. It’s the inside that’s transformed. Nike bought Converse in 2003 as the All Star manufacturer faced bankruptcy. Since then, the Converse brand has grown considerably. Sales were up 20% in the last year alone,
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and Chucks are its bestseller, vice president Richard Copcutt told CNNMoney.

Copcutt lives in Chucks. He even wore a pair to his wedding, but he realized that the shoes needed an update when he first spent time on the road with a rock band three years ago. The band members were hardcore Converse fans, but they wanted something more comfortable and durable.

Converse also hears from a lot of fans via social media it has 920,000 Twitter followers, and its Instagram following tops 2.3 million and Copcutt says online feedback has helped Converse understand its customers like never before.

Chuck Taylor on the court in 1921. So after nearly a century selling Chuck Taylor’s, Converse remade it.

There have been a slew of Chuck spinoffs including designer collaborations and even a rubber, high heel collection. But the Chuck II is not a special edition, it’s an update to the original, iconic Chucks.

The shoe debuted nearly a century ago in 1917, and Copcutt says the company has been working on the Chuck II for more than two years.

“(We’re) ushering in not just a new sneaker, but a completely new way of thinking,” Converse CEO Jim Calhoun said in a press release, calling it a “ground breaking moment.”
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Converse is celebrating its signature Chuck Taylor All Star line in a new push that showcases consumers who make their own mark on the sneaker. The campaign kicks off today with more than 200 portraits of worn and customized Chucks from around the world, including some from notable fans like singer Patti Smith and artist Andy Warhol.

Called “Made By You,” the push features the 98 year old Chuck line, which is the foundation of the Nike owned Converse brand. Competitor Adidas also launched a star studded global campaign heralding the most iconic shoe in its Originals line this year. Converse’s campaign highlights its customers’ creative spirit, although it also includes high level celebrities.

“This is just a general celebration of people who love to wear their Chuck Taylors,” said Ian Stewart, VP global marketing at Converse. “This campaign speaks to us wanting to celebrate self expression around the world.”

The campaign follows the brand’s strong recent growth. and growth in Europe and Asia, according to an earnings release.

The crux of “Made By You” is to get more people to share stories of their Chucks. It kicks off with a global out of home push and social effort to encourage consumers to share their own sneaker portraits. “This isn’t a media campaign where we’re shouting to get people’s attention,” said Mr. Stewart. “It’s a bridge to get people to show what they’ve done.”

The concept led by Anomaly, Converse’s lead global creative shop was inspired by the thousands of photos that are shared by Converse fans on a daily basis, many of which highlight how fans customize their sneakers. “This is how we got to the idea that Chucks are a work of art,” said Mr. Stewart. “We’re really lucky with Chucks that it’s a product that people love when they’re worn in.”

Social media, and Instagram in particular, is a key platform for the brand and will be a cornerstone of the effort, he said.

The campaign also includes a Google Cardboard virtual reality experience in New York’s Flatiron district that will allow consumers to step into the shoes of artist Ron English, actress Joanna DeLane, musician King Tuff and urban explorer Thomas Midlane. Viewers can experience a 360 degree video of the sneakers through the Cardboard Goggles, as well as through mobile app and online re creations. It is part of the campaign’s street level exhibitions designed to encourage people to tell the backstory of their Chucks, Mr. Stewart said.

Other apparel brands like Merrell have recently experimented with virtual reality pushes using tools like the Oculus Rift. Mr. Stewart said Google Cardboard complemented the spirit of the campaign, because it’s a do it yourself tool. “We’ll see where it goes,” he added.

As part of the push, Converse will also take over window and other displays at its shops and at retailer like Foot Locker, Nordstrom and Journeys, Mr. Stewart said. Some locations will have portable portrait studios so that customers and store associates can join the campaign.

The push will roll over into the coming seasons and will command the majority of Converse’s media budget for the spring, said Mr. Stewart. The budget for 2015 is similar to previous years, but the brand staked the bulk of the money it would typically put towards other seasonal pushes on “Made By You,” he said.
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The statistics reveal that Brian O’Driscoll was still as influential as ever in his final appearances for Ireland, emerging as the man of the match against both Italy and France as the men in green secured Six Nations silverware.

The 35 year old maintained his high standards right until the end, with Accenture the Championship’s official technology partner informing us that he provided two try assists, beat 11 defenders, made 33 carries for 174 metres, made 31 tackles and forced four jackal turnovers during his last ever Six Nations campaign.

Fresh from guiding Ireland to their second Championship title in five years, head coach Joe Schmidt has revealed that replacing the retiring O’Driscoll has been a long term project.

“To be honest (the search for Brian’s successor) started when I got the job, and he and I sat down and there were pretty clear parameters about how long he’d be available,” he said.

“We’ve certainly been watching players. I think both Robbie Henshaw and Darren Cave profited from the time they spent (in camp). Robbie was almost whistled in every week because we were very much patched together in that last game.

“There were some players who were started to creek. There were a few players who didn’t finish trainings in that week.

“It did make preparation a little bit difficult, but at the same time those players knew they would be physically able to play as long as we managed them during that week and thankfully that was the case.

“Obviously Robbie and Darren have been involved there. Guys like Luke Fitzgerald who might play there (in the centre) a little bit for Leinster and came on against the All Blacks and did a pretty good job considering he hadn’t been playing a lot of centre.

“Those sort of guys we’ll obviously keep an eye on. We’ve been doing that for the last nine months really, because we already knew that this day was coming.”

He added: “We’ve tried to bleed him (Brian) dry over the last six months having him at camp, sitting down with Robbie and Darren and looking at video and then talking through things as we’ve done them.”

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and he is another player who could step into O’Driscoll’s shoes at Test level.

“He would definitely be another guy who would be in the frame. He’s a class player, he’s an experienced player and he has a natural intuition on the field,” Schmidt said of the New Zealand born Payne.

“He’s a very good decision maker and tends to be able to avoid the first tackle or beat the first tackle.

“And he’s a little bit flexible in where he plays on the field. He has played on the edge or at full back. He plays a lot at full back because Ulster tend to have Darren and Luke Marshall in the midfield usually.”

The Six Nations winning boss enjoyed waking up on the morning of St. Patrick’s Day with a sense of satisfaction, admitting: “It was nice to know that we had got over the line (against France) and the job was done.”

Next up on the radar is Ireland’s summer tour to Argentina where they will play the Pumas in two Tests on June 7 and 14.

Asked about his thoughts on selection ahead of the South American trip, Schmidt explained: “You calculate it that way (that you need to rest guys and give others opportunities), or you can calculate that there’s 10 Test matches before we start the lead up to the World Cup (next year).

“I did anticipate that we would have probably used more players and I thought that would have been natural attrition, that we would have used more than 18 starting players and 28, 29 in total through the Six Nations.

“You push that forward for the next 10 Test matches, if you do start leaving people out maybe you start to compromise that continuity that you’re trying to build. I guess that’s one of the questions we’ll ask of ourselves.

“The (provincial) teams are really well placed in the Heineken Cup and the PRO12. With those two things combined, we could have a number of players playing a lot of games at the end of the season and we may be better placed leaving some of those guys to have a rest.

“There’s some guys who haven’t played too much late who are looking pretty fresh.

“Guys like Stephen Ferris, Donnacha Ryan, Tommy Bowe,
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BOSTON Fidget spinners, a plastic Wonder Woman battle sword and a remote controlled Spider Man drone are among the toys topping a consumer safety group annual list of worst toys for the holidays.

World Against Toys Causing Harm, or WATCH, unveiled the top 10 list Tuesday at a Boston children hospital. The non profit organization has been releasing the lists for more than four decades.

WATCH claims fidget spinners contain small parts that can be a choking hazard, Mattel Wonder Woman sword has the potential to cause blunt force injuries and Marvel Spider Man drone has multiple rotating blades that can lead to eye and other bodily injuries. meet safety standards. It also criticized the organization for not testing the toys it focuses on.

National toy safety standards are as can been seen by the high number of recalls each year, WATCH President Joan Siff said.

The non profit says there have been at least 15 recalls representing nearly 2 million units of dangerous toys since December.

Siff stressed the toys named each year have common hazards that the group sees year after year. She pointed to the Along Pony by Tolo Toys that marketed for children over age 1 but has a 19 inch cord.

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With consumers increasingly doing their holiday shopping online, it more important than ever to have the most current information about the safety of a toy online, Siff said.

For example, Hallmark Disney themed Bittys plush stacking toy for babies was recalled over the summer due to fabric pieces that posed a choking hazard. But the toy still is readily available online because many web sales are rarely monitored for recalls, Siff noted.

Among the other toys that made this year list is Nerf Strike crossbow, which the organization says poses the risk of eye and face injuries because it uses a pressurized,
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Razor Wheels are strapped onto children shoes to turn them into improvised roller skates but pose a burn risk because they include sparking action. is a tightrope like device by Brand 44 meant to be anchored between two trees that WATCH says can lead to severe injury and death.

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Archeologists working in Armenia recently said they had discovered what might be one of the world’s oldest shoes. That shoe, estimated to be 5,500 years old, shares many features with today’s walking shoes: a leather outer, laces and cushioning, according to news reports.

More modern technologies and materials were used in the 25 shoes in ‘ latest tests. Some sported innovative designs, and a few were specialty shoes with unusual soles that are supposed to help tone your legs, glutes and other muscles.

To evaluate walking shoes, CR bought 275 pairs of shoes, enlisted a panel of typical walkers and had them crank out about 250 hours of outdoor walking, at least half of which was over a hard or paved surface. CR selected men’s and women’s versions of the same model, where available,
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