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The Stussy x Converse One Star 8 Ball Green is what you get when a skater label and streetwear brand come together for a collaboration.

Stussy is moving away from the hemp fabric that outfitted many of their prior collaborations. In its place, Suede builds out both the One Star and Chuck 70, which proffer a bright green and dark navy colorway, respectively.

The One Star iteration comes crafted with shaggy green suede uppers.The pool table-inspired icon makes its way onto the quarter panels of each offering and replaces the traditional One Star logos.Shaggy suede are seen to fill the uppers, with the 8-Ball logo emblem acting as the collaboration motifs on the sides.

Meanwhile,Black trim is present via the laces, interior liners and midsole stripes for extra contrast.. More Stussy branding comes in the footbed and the lightweight tongue’s inner portion.

Underfoot, the Converse One Star classic white sole unit with clean black lines is retained for a traditional touch.

What’s the difference between Converse All Star and One Star?

While the All Star originated as a basketball shoe, the One Star has its origins in skating. Thicker soled and often made of a material other than canvas, the One Star styles are a more modern take on the classic Converse styles being updated in new materials and patterns.

Is Converse One Star good for skating?

Converse shoes are a great skateboarding shoes. Converse has a wide range of shoes on the market, and they have an entire line dedicated to skate shoes, Converse CONS. These shoes are designed specifically for skateboarding, with many features that make them a perfect choice.
Should you buy a size down in Converse?

The Converse website recommends customers size down in their All Star and Chuck 70 silhouettes however we would still recommend staying true to size. Unless you have narrow feet, we don’t recommend sizing down in Converse.


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