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The Converse Pro-Ride Skate Gets Two Alternate Colorblocked Styles

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Although most know them for their timeless lifestyle silhouettes like the Chuck 70 and the One Star, Converse houses a long-standing and well-respected skateboard sub-label as well thanks to their Converse CONS crew, a group of skate-ready silhouettes that just gained two new members: a duo of fresh Pro-Rides with arresting colorblocking. Although the Pro-Ride may look very similar to the aforementioned One Star upon first glance, it’s plenty unique in its own right. The durable canvas upper features leather chevron logos on the lateral and medial midfoot, while a rubber ollie pad on the lateral forefoot covers up a high-wear area and ensures these low-top kicks will hold their shape session after sesson. Down below, a beefed-up Converse Chuck Taylor-style midsole and outsole with an alternate traction pattern complete the look. They’re available in both a retro burgundy/black/green and a bold purple/black/blue at Japanese retailers like atmos Tokyo, so check ’em both out here and stay tuned for info on a possible stateside release as it’s available.