An American shoe brand. The company, which used to manufacture rubber shoes for workers, began manufacturing basketball shoes in 1917. The company created the "All Star," which later became an iconic sneaker.
In the 1920s, the "All Star" had already gained tremendous support as a shoe brand with hit sneakers. In the 1920s, "All Star" was already a hit sneaker and shoe brand.
Representative sneaker models include the "All Star," "Jack Purcell," and "One Star. All of them have enjoyed worldwide popularity as standard items in the sneaker world from their birth to the present.