Converse Reworks Proride SK OX With Two Asymmetrical Colorways

Converse Reworks Proride SK OX With Two Asymmetrical Colorways

Converse has reworked its classic Proride SK OX with two mismatched suede colorways — ”Black/Brown” and “Green/Purple.” This follows a gray and ecru-tinged iteration of the silhouette that Converse Japan unveiled back in March.

The new models arrive in a finely textured suede finish, contrasted by smooth full-grain leather accents. A black “Converse Skateboarding” patch logo is placed at the top of the tongue, complemented by a set of matching laces that cover the forefoot. The “Black/Brown” colorway features black panels on the lateral sides, a brown tongue, and gray panels on the medial side, while Converse’s One Star logo comes in white. In contrast, the “Green/Purple” version is colored in green at the lateral sides, red at the tongue and purple at the medial. Both colorways boast a crisp white midsole, equiipied with “REACT HD” cushioning, with sleek black foxing, nodding to the time-honored designs of the classic silhouette.

Converse’s Proride SK OX “Black/Brown” and “Green/Purple” are currently available on atmos’ website for $113 USD.

In case you missed it, here’s an official look at the 7 MONCLER x fragment design x Converse Chuck 70 Ox.
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