Converse Logo


Converse is a famous American fashion group, which produces shoes, sportswear and other sporting goods. The company was founded in 1908 in Massachusetts.

Converse Logo Meaning and history


The Converse logo was designed by Converse with the goal of popularization.  Charles “Chuck” Taylor, a basketball player (Akron Firestones), did a lot to redesign shoes and finally endorsed the brand. Also, he demonstrated effective salesmanship. He designed the blue star logo and signed it. Thanks to the brand, Converse shoes are still referred to informally as “chucks”. The logo still appears on the company’s products. The star was to signify the brand’s outstanding excellence

Shape of the Converse Logo


Today, the Converse logo is the black star placed inside a circle with the company name below. There are several logo variations designed for particular Converse products. It should be noted that the original blue-star logo still appears on some Converse products.

Colors of 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.

Font of the Converse Logo


The company name is written in a sans-serif typerface.

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