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Converse x Chocolate One Star Pro Low Top Skateboarding Shoes -Color: Yellow/White

Women Converse Low Tops Shoes
Converse x Chocolate One Star Pro Low Top Skateboarding Shoes -Color: Yellow/White

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  • Product Name : Women Converse Low Tops Shoes
    Converse x Chocolate One Star Pro Low Top Skateboarding Shoes -Color: Yellow/White
  • Model : Converse Shoes Women 1151
  • SKATE AMBASSADOR APPROVED
    The Converse x Chocolate One Star Pro Low Top is a part of Converse's collaboration with Cons skate team legend, Kenny Anderson, and his long-time board sponsor, Chocolate Skateboards. The collection's colors and design are inspired by vintage luxury cars (Kenny's a collector) and features artwork by Evan Hecox, the man who created the visual identity for Chocolate.
    We have crafted a street classic, the One Star, built to hit the street and pro environments hard with high-quality fit and durability. Wrapped in a durable, rubber-infused canvas, the Nike Lunarlon sockliner delivers comfortable cushioning while a rubber ollie overlay adds toughness and protection. A traction rubber outsole provides a better board feel and grip. It stays true to our skateboarding heritage, but is updated for today’s streets.
    BenefitsRubber-infused canvas for durabilityNike Lunarlon sockliner for superior cushioning and comfortRubber ollie overlay adds toughness and protectionTraction rubber outsole provides a better board feel and grip
    One Star OriginsIn 1974, Converse launched a low-cut suede version of the Chuck Taylor All Star with a simple but impactful style change: a solitary star became the statement on the sneaker's lateral side. Reissued in the early '90s, the sneaker soon rose to prominence in alternative culture, embraced by self-reliant innovators of street and skate.