One Star Pro Suede Low Top

Regular Price: CAD $90.00

Special Price CAD $67.50

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One Star Pro Suede Low Top

BUILT FOR SKATEBOARDING. The classic One Star sneaker, re-engineered for skateboarding with a durable suede upper, CONS Traction Rubber for grip, and an OrthoLite® insole with Nike Zoom Air technology for cushioning.

Benefits

  • Rubber-backed suede upper
  • Gusseted tongue
  • Cons traction rubber
  • OrthoLite® insole and Nike Zoom Air technology for cushioning

One Star Origins

In 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.

One Star Pro Suede Low Top

Regular Price: CAD $90.00

Special Price CAD $67.50

Egret/Violet Dust/White (161525C)

BUILT FOR SKATEBOARDING. The classic One Star sneaker, re-engineered for skateboarding with a durable suede upper, CONS Traction R... more

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Otherwise, a low flat rate shipping charge of $9.99 is applied.
We ship everywhere in Canada.

 

Returns

The Converse Canada website offers refunds rather than exchanges.
That way you can re-order any style/color/size that you want, and at any time you want.


You have 30 days from the day your item is shipped to initiate a return.


All items must be received in their original, unworn condition and must include all original packaging*.


One Star Pro Suede Low Top

BUILT FOR SKATEBOARDING. The classic One Star sneaker, re-engineered for skateboarding with a durable suede upper, CONS Traction Rubber for grip, and an OrthoLite® insole with Nike Zoom Air technology for cushioning.

Benefits

  • Rubber-backed suede upper
  • Gusseted tongue
  • Cons traction rubber
  • OrthoLite® insole and Nike Zoom Air technology for cushioning

One Star Origins

In 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.