Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax is at its heart an environmental fable, telling the tale of the Lorax and his mission to protect the Truffula trees from the Once-Ler, thinly veiled as the personification of industrialization. The film adaptation of the book, first published in 1971, is now the no. 1 movie in America, notwithstanding the middling reviews. We’re happy to report more positive results for the sneaker adaptation, courtesy of http://converse.com/” target=”_blank”>Converse and the indefatigable Chuck Taylor silhouette. Two styles in adult sizes — one featuring a blue and white colorway, the other pink and white — are joined by a third in kids sizes. All three feature a white cotton canvas base, with the former two featuring colorful Truffula trees throughout the upper, while the kids’ version bears the Lorax’s likeness. They’re available now directly through http://converse.com/#/products/featured/drseuss” target=”_blank”>Converse.