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The miracle that was "Volcanized Rubber" allowed the well-dressed man to maintain his dashing profile even when called to compete in athletics. Two of the oldest surviving examples of a sport shoe that uses this particular style of rubber and has been in continuous production since the twenties and thirties are both made by Converse: one is the Jack Purcell tennis shoe and the other is the black canvas, high-top Chuck Taylor Basketball shoe.

     


Shoes for Sport and Leisure  (Sears and Roebuck Catalog, 1919)

Shoes for Sport and Leisure  (Sears and Roebuck Catalog, 1919)

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