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Kelly Oubre Jr. has taken the Converse All Star Pro BB Low to the NBA hardwood for the first time, and this is our first look.
Being the first Converse endorsed athlete in the league in quite some time, Oubre Jr. has lived up to the hype and expectations that were set for him after his impressive post All-Star break performances during the 2018-19 NBA Season with the Phoenix Suns. Playing a pivotal role in the Suns’ roster, Oubre earned himself a two year, thirty million dollar contract extension to continue his tenure with the franchise this past Summer, and looks to push for a playoff spot this year in the competitive West.
The Converse All Star Pro BB Low doesn’t look that much different from that of its high-cut predecessor. The tooling and build remains identical the same, aside from the ankle collar cut being reduced to a low. A Quad-axial woven upper and a rubber cupsole encasing a full-length Nike REACT foam drop-in midsole highlights the shoe’s impressive tech specs.
Let us know your thoughts on the new low-top All Star Pro BBs in the comments below, and keep it locked to the site if the shoes look to see a release anytime in the future.
Nick Montesano, born and raised out of New Jersey. High school Senior, sneaker fanatic, performance guru. Love to share my passion for sneakers of all kinds, and bring you all daily content. Favorite shoe ever: adidas Harden Vol. 3. Favorite player ever: LeBron James.