Before Converse shoes became cool on the playground, all types of characters wore them. Founded in 1908 by Marquis M. Converse, it's America's original sports company. The All Star sneaker was first created in 1917, with its simple classic Converse comfort. Made from durable canvas for the upper, the rubber sole made for toughness too. Most of that popularity can be given to salesman Chuck Taylor, whose name was placed on the Converse All-Star in 1923. Chuck Taylor's request for a reinforced toe piece and reinforcement on the ankles, added just the right tweaks to help make Converse shoes what they are today. Later, Julius 'Dr. J' Erving wore the high top Converse All Star Pro or Pro Leather in the 1970s. It's also the shoe Michael Jordan wore while playing at North Carolina for the Tarheels. There's never been another shoe like this. Which is why the unconventionally classic design hasn't changed a bit since Chuck, Dr.J and MJ wore these years ago. Kids Converse shoes offers several collectables, including The Crayola Double Tongue. It can be noticed for its color and style. In the Converse All Star Crayola Double Tongue, Converse gives you an extra tongue for cool, roll-down capability. This fun, low cut, colorful shoe is made with a breathable canvas upper and a durable rubber outsole for traction. All you have to do is just roll down the top tongue to reveal the coolest, popping colors for added style. Another kids Converse sneaker, The Converse All Star Crayola Two Fold is a colorful take on the classic Chuck. The hi-top sneaker features a sturdy canvas upper with a double fold-over design. It also has a thick cushioning midsole and solid rubber outsole. With a colorful contrast lining and iconic rubber toecap, this sneaker is sure to impress.