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Why you need the Converse Pro Leather OG NBA All-Star edition

Posted: 11 February 2020 11:36 am
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See everything in the collection and find out when you can shop.

We've seen Converse re-do the Pro Leather silhouette a number of times but nothing like this. In particular, the OG style is getting a serious makeover, and it just so happens to arrive just in time for the NBA All-Star Weekend.

If you're looking for your next statement sneaker, we think we've found the perfect one for you.

There are several colourways on show, ranging from bright retro yellows and pretty blue tones.

Keep on scrolling for your first official look at the full Converse Pro Leather OG All-Star Weekend collection.

Release date: 14 February. This is a US release date, so it could take a week or two for the sneakers to reach Aussie stores.

Price: US$90

Where to shop: Converse should be your first place to shop. It's not confirmed which stockists will carry the shoe, but you can try your luck at re-sell sites like StockX. In the meantime, you can shop Converse from THE ICONIC, Platypus Shoes and HYPE DC.

Take your pick from the array of high and low styles. While they're dressed in statement shades, the background colour remains a stark white.

The high tops are getting some love, with shades of yellow, blue and white. The colour tones break up Converse's signature Chevron stars that sit along the retro basketball sneaker.

On the other hand, the low-tops arrive in tones of black, red and green. The logos are filled in, as well as the back heel tab.

So, which one is your favourite?

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Keen to check out more of the latest sneaker drops? We are absolutely obsessing over the new adidas NBA All-Star 2020 collection and the special edition All-Star range with Jordan Brand, Nike and Converse.


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