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.

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