Converse All Star BB Prototype CX
The Converse All Star BB Prototype CX has a long name which is inconvenient to say out loud, but it does have some promise performance-wise.
Release Date: September 19, 2022
If you want a basketball performance sneaker with a long name, then the Converse All Star BB Prototype CX is the one for you. Jokes aside, the combination of Nike Zoom Air technology and Converse’s proprietary CX foam offers many potential performance benefits like bounce, overall comfort, and impact protection. The design is outlandish and can be polarizing for some. But, as long as it performs well, you know the WearTesters team will be happy.
What’s in the video?
In the video, Jalique provides detailed information from all the usual categories, providing the in-depth information you need. He supplies expert-level opinions on the materials, cushioning, traction, support, and fit. Here’s some of what he discusses:
- Available in Europe first, now available in the US
- Interesting aesthetic
- Multi-directional pattern outsole
- Standard forefoot Zoom Air unit
- Foam insole and strobel
- Full-length, comfortable CX foam
- Textile-based upper
- Multiple overlays
- Well-padded tongue
- Extra heel tab
- Sizing recommendations
- Midsole wrapping
- Torsional shank plate
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How to Buy the Converse All Star BB Prototype CX
The Converse All Star BB Prototype CX is available now for $120 at Converse.
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