Companies similar to or like Converse (shoe company)

American shoe company that designs, distributes, and licenses sneakers, skating shoes, lifestyle brand footwear, apparel, and accessories. Wikipedia

  • Iconix Brand Group

    American brand management company that licenses brands to retailers and manufacturers primarily in the apparel, footwear, and apparel accessory industries. Its brands are available in such stores as Kohl's, Kmart, Sears, Macy's, Target and JC Penney. Wikipedia

  • Shoe

    Item of footwear intended to protect and comfort the human foot. Item of decoration and fashion. Wikipedia

  • Adidas

    German multinational corporation, founded and headquartered in Herzogenaurach, Germany, that designs and manufactures shoes, clothing and accessories. Largest sportswear manufacturer in Europe, and the second largest in the world, after Nike. Wikipedia

  • Nike, Inc.

    American multinational corporation that is engaged in the design, development, manufacturing, and worldwide marketing and sales of footwear, apparel, equipment, accessories, and services. Headquartered near Beaverton, Oregon, in the Portland metropolitan area. Wikipedia

  • LA Gear

    American shoe company based in Los Angeles, California. Currently owned by Stock Aficionados LLC. Wikipedia

  • AND1

    American footwear and clothing company specializing in basketball shoes, clothing, and sporting goods. Founded on August 13, 1993, on the grounds of "All ball, nothing more". Wikipedia

  • Skechers

    American lifestyle and performance footwear company. Founded in 1992 and is now the third largest athletic footwear brand in the United States. Wikipedia

  • New Balance

    American sports footwear and apparel brand that was established in 1906. Originally associated with the New Balance Arch Support Company. Wikipedia

  • Rocky Brands

    Rocky Brands, Inc., formerly known as Rocky Shoes & Boots, Inc., designs, develops, manufactures and markets outdoor, work, western and military footwear, and other outdoor and work apparel and accessories. Founded in 1932 in Nelsonville, Ohio and still maintains its corporate headquarters there. Wikipedia

  • Under Armour

    American sports equipment company that manufactures footwear, sports and casual apparel. Under Armour's global headquarters are located in Baltimore, Maryland, with additional offices located in Amsterdam (European headquarters), Austin, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Houston, Jakarta, London, Mexico City, Munich, New York City, Panama City (international headquarters), Paris, Pittsburgh, Portland, San Francisco, São Paulo, Santiago, Seoul, Shanghai (Greater Chinese headquarters), and Toronto. Wikipedia

  • Merrell (company)

    American manufacturing company of footwear products. Founded by Clark Matis, Randy Merrell, and John Schweizer in 1981 as a maker of high-performance hiking boots. Wikipedia

  • DC Shoes

    American company that specializes in footwear for action sports, including skateboarding and snowboarding. The company also manufactures apparel, bags, accessories, hats, shirts, and posters. Wikipedia

  • Avia (shoes)

    American footwear and clothing company that specializes in running, yoga and lifestyle activewear, shoes and accessories. Founded in 1979 by Jerry Stubblefield, and is currently a subsidiary of the Sequential Brands Group. Wikipedia

  • DVS Shoes

    American footwear and clothing company that specialises in products for skateboarding, moto, and snowboarding. In a 2018 interview on The Nine Club, Tim Gavin explained the name DVS "...didn't mean anything." Wikipedia

  • Altra Running

    American manufacturing company engaged in the design, development, marketing, and sales of athletic shoes for road running, trail running, and general footwear. Altra has been ranked in the top 10 brands in “run specialty” and number 4 for trail running. Wikipedia

  • Saucony

    North American manufacturer of footwear and apparel. Subsidiary of Wolverine World Wide. Wikipedia

  • Pony International

    American brand of footwear and clothing. Founded in the United States and is now headquartered in Hong Kong under the company name PONY International. Wikipedia

  • Skateboard shoe and apparel company founded in 1999. Founded in 1999 in San Francisco by Brian Krauss and Matt Field, iPath Footwear manufactured simple designs at a time of highly technical skate shoes. Wikipedia

  • Keds

    American brand of canvas shoes with rubber soles. Owned by Wolverine World Wide. Wikipedia

  • Lee Cooper

    English-American clothing and footwear manufacturing company, based in London, that specialises in denim products. As well as its own production, the company licences the sale of many "Lee Cooper"-branded items worldwide. Wikipedia

  • World Balance

    Filipino sports footwear and apparel brand that was established in 1980. First established as a cheaper shoe brand alternative to well-known foreign footwear brands. Wikipedia

  • J.W. Foster and Sons

    Athletic shoe manufacturing company located in Bolton, England. Pioneer in the use of track spikes for runners and athletes, producing most of the highly-regarded running shoes in the 1920s. Wikipedia

  • South Korean athletic shoe manufacturer, which currently produces footwear and clothing for running. Its headquarters are located in Seoul. Wikipedia

  • Brooks Sports

    American sports equipment company that designs and markets high-performance men's and women's sneakers, clothing, and accessories. Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, Brooks products are available in 60 countries worldwide. Wikipedia

  • SEVEN (brand)

    Indian lifestyle brand that manufactures and markets casual and sportswear clothing and footwear. Launched in February 2016 by famous Indian cricketer and former captain of the Indian national cricket team, Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Wikipedia

  • Soap (shoes)

    Brand name of shoes made for grinding, similar to aggressive inline skating. They were introduced by Chris Morris of Artemis Innovations Inc. with the brand name "Soap" in 1997. Wikipedia

  • Le Coq Sportif

    French manufacturing company of sports equipment. Founded in 1882 by Émile Camuset and located in Entzheim, the company first issued items branded with its now-famous rooster trademark in 1948. Wikipedia

  • Columbia Sportswear

    Company that manufactures and distributes outerwear, sportswear, and footwear, as well as headgear, camping equipment, ski apparel, and outerwear accessories. Founded in 1938 by Paul Lamfrom, the father of Gert Boyle. Wikipedia

  • John Varvatos (company)

    American international luxury men’s lifestyle brand founded by John Varvatos, which designs, manufactures, and retails high-end fashion. Varvatos has been recognized as "Menswear Designer of the Year" three times by the CFDA and named GQ’s "Designer of the Year" in 2007. Wikipedia


Sentences forConverse (shoe company)

  • Adidas drew about even with Converse in basketball by the mid 1970s before both started to fall behind then-upstart Nike in the early 1980s.Adidas-Wikipedia
  • The city also holds the headquarters to several major athletic and footwear companies, including Converse, New Balance and Reebok.New England-Wikipedia
  • Boston is home to the headquarters of several major athletic and footwear companies including Converse, New Balance, and Reebok.Boston-Wikipedia
  • In May 2010, American shoe company Converse, launched “You’re It”, a campaign which highlighted 23 artists from around the world in a series of web shorts.Kid Cudi-Wikipedia
  • In 2012, Nike is listed as a partner of the (PRODUCT)RED campaign together with other brands such as Girl, American Express, and Converse.Nike, Inc.-Wikipedia
  • On 23 February 2012, Gorillaz released "DoYaThing", a single to promote a Gorillaz-branded collection of Converse shoes which were released shortly after.Gorillaz-Wikipedia

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