In the early 1900's, Converse made tires and basketball shoes, "but the basketball shoes gained more traction." Very soon Chuck Taylor joined the company and lent his name to their shoes, followed by several other athletes of various sports. As with many shoe companies, the demands of World War II widened Converse's product range to include boots for pilots and servicemen, parkas and rubber protective suits and ponchos. Tyler Brothers offers a wide variety of Converse including military boots, safety-toe shoes and boots, hikers and sneakers.
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