In 1974, Converse launched a low-cut, suede version of the Chuck Taylor All Star, featuring a single star logo on one side—the Converse One Star sneaker. Reissued in the early ’90s, the design gained traction with the skateboarding community thanks to a performance remodel. Today’s Converse One Star Pro provides better boardfeel and impact protection thanks to a CONS traction rubber outsole and molded CX sockliner. The low profile adds total flexibility, while a rubber-backed, suede upper keeps it durable.
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