Welcome to another edition of Hail Corporate, our semi-weekly look at branded content that we in no way get paid for. We’re committed to bringing you tattoos of the hottest brands out there, and this week is no different. Today, we’re looking at Converse tattoos. Let’s face it, we all wear shoes, and some of us wear the company’s famous Chuck Taylors. But who was Chuck Taylor? As always, we’ve got the answers that you crave, so strap in as we cram your brain with knowledge and sick tattoos.
He quickly suggested some changes to the shoe to provide better support and flexibility. Most famously though, he suggested adding a patch on the ankle for protection. The All-Star logo was quickly added to the patch, and by 1932 Chuck Taylor’s name was added, and the Chuck Taylor All-Stars were born,
Do these Converse tattoos make you want to lie about playing professional basketball just like Chuck Taylor did? Well, join the team. I personally averaged 12 rebounds a game with the Indiana Pacers in the early 2000s.