Converse: The front is a bit tight, the toe is narrow, not very friendly to people with wide feet. However, the sole is just right and not too stiff. Many people even boast that Converse had the feeling of stepping on the 1970s, but I probably can’t feel it myself. Maybe I’m wearing too much shoes. But overall it’s a qualifying long-distance shoe.
Vans: This sole is too hard! The suede on the heel is too lumpy. After half an hour of wearing, the heel wears very uncomfortably, and the comfort is almost zero.
Converse: The sole looks tighter, a little stiffer, and looks a bit more fit. And the more you look, the more you like it. When I first bought it, I felt the Converse look too new, but I found that the older the better. Moreover, when coordinating Converse clothes becomes more and more flexible, because when you get used to Converse’s style, it will naturally be more skilled.
Vans: The sole of this shoe becomes softer and softer, like stepping on a brick, you can still feel the resilience, walk no more leg fatigue (because the heel has become calluses). Finally you can put it down and wear to “off the wall”.