by Brandon Richard
Constructed to meet the needs of today’s skateboarder, Converse introduces a revamped version of the Cons One Star Pro. The silhouette, which was originally introduced in 1974, retains its general design aesthetic, but it updated with new tech for increased durability and comfort.
First available in Black and Yellow Bird colorways, the new One Star Pro is equipped with a molded Lunarlon liner for impact absorption and cushioning. Durability and grip are aided by Cons traction rubber and a gusseted tongue secures the fit.
A limited run, priced at $80, will release on Friday, June 12 at converse.com. A second inline collection will follow later in the summer.