12 Coolest Converse Shoes

In honor of the late King of Pop, the iconic shoe has literally been reversed, panel by panel, an unreal visual feat not unlike the famous dance move it pays homage to. Of the many reversed design aspects, the first noticed is the new location of the lace eyelets. Once the mind has wrapped itself around how a heel lace-up would even work, some more subtle switches are noticed, like that between the heel tab and the toe box.

The Converse's All Star Light model, a silhouette that can best be described as a Chuck Taylor with a twist. It is a high top style. Do you like this golden model of Converse?

Converse decided to experiment on a slight variant of the set; this pair glows in the dark too! The entire sole is in the gummy greenish glow in the dark materials as well as the trimmings on the upper which also feature glow in the dark properties.

Super Mario Bros is more than just a videogame; the game's characters have also become features in the fashion world. This collaboration between Converse and Nintendo's Super Mario Bros. for the game's 25th anniversary its a perfect union of Chuck Taylor and Princess Toadstool.

This pair called the Chuck Taylor All Star Skull HI is integrated with the classic rubber outsole, cotton lining and cushioned foot bed and as its main highlight, the canvas upper with the sweet skull print. Other than its cool print for the upper, the pair showcases what the traditional Converse sneakers have. This one's made in high cut that is cool to wear for a night party to day gimmick and the likes.

Another creative sneakers with print designs from Super Mario Bros, the iconic video game.

Converse High Heels Sneakers.

This Converse is for fanatics of AC/DC.

These Joker-themed Converse All Stars look a tad creepy, but are perhaps the finest example of shoe art. They were a creation of Sweatshop Clothing that was made for a customer in New Zealand.

Daryl van Wouw is a crazy designer who created these Converse boots.

Real or not, is very funny.

Madrid, Spain-based artist Maya Pixelskaya took a pair of conventionnal converse shoes and transformed them into what is probably the best looking chucks we've ever seen.