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Converse CONS Drops A Signature Shoe For Pro Skater Louie Lopez

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24-year old pro skater Louie Lopez is known for his heavy video parts — he first appeared on skate team tapes at the tender age of 15 — and his agressive-yet-technical style that’s served him well in world-class contests. As one of skateboarding bright young stars, Lopez already has plenty of notches in his belt both on and off his board, and now he’s adding another major one: his own Converse CONS sneaker, their first signature model in almost six years. Entitled the Louie Lopez Pro, the silhouette is designed to bridge the gap between street style and competition performance. The new kicks feature a Converse Chuck Taylor outsole — the shoe that Lopez believes has the best board feel — plus detailing from several other archival Converse models like the Converse One Star and the Converse Breakpoint Pro. The trifecta of inspirations combines to make a clean and versatile skate sneaker that features small logo hits on the midfoot/heel, plus a small gold foil stamp of Lopez’s name. Arriving in both a sandy tan and a classic black, Lopez’s first-ever signature sneaker is available now for a modest $70 USD.

Where to Buy

Converse Louie Lopez Pro
Color: Black
Style Code: 163261C-007

Converse Louie Lopez Pro
Color: White
Style Code: 163262C-100