The Cons CTAS Pro Shoes are a new and improved Converse skate shoe. With new updates this shoe is ready to go. You’re looking at a low profile, classic Converse design with an anti-abrasion canvas upper, extra grippy All Star Traction outsole and the super cushion LUNARLON insoles. Tested and approved by the Converse professional skate team.
Converse has its place in skateboard history. For decades, people have been skating their shoes, shredding through the canvas like it’s nothing. Well the time has come my friends, the day we’ve been waiting for. The Converse CTAS Pro is now available in suede. Pick yours up today at Skate Warehouse.
If you haven’t been under a rock for the past year, than you’ve heard of Sage Elsesser and Sean Pablo. Since Supremes’ Cherry video debut, these two have been quite the talk of town. Converse made a sick little edit to welcome them to the team. Check it out.
The Black Sabbath Converse collab is off the charts. I mean, why do a collab with just a skate company when you can do it with one of the greatest rock bands of all time? Converse is offering two of their world-renowned models of shoes, the CTAS Pro and CTAS Pro Hi, both with Black Sabbath Vol.4 labeling throughout.
In celebration of 40 years of Santa Cruz Skateboards, Converse collaborated with them on some limited edition skate sneakers. Designed in part by Jason Jessee, you can now find the Converse x Santa Cruz CTS Mid and CTS Ox shoes at Skate Warehouse. Throw in a pair of the Stance Jason Jessee socks and you’ve got a classic combo going on. Check out the shoes, watch the video, get your pair and build a ramp. Maybe buy a motorcycle, too.