Converse’s Deck Star 67 Slip-On Is Finally Available

The Deck Star 67, in White and Navy. Photo courtesy of Labor Skate Shop

The Deck Star 67, in White and Black | Photo courtesy of Labor Skate Shop

As one of the most highly demanded models of Summer, the Deck Star 67 has been on pretty much everyone’s list of skate shoes to try out. Converse’ attempt at a skateable slip-on was more than successful and that’s partly due to a traditionally narrow toe and heighten foxing tape.

This heavy canvas upper and heightened sole ensures the Deck Star 67 will be able to handle all and any abuse for an extended period of time. No word yet on whether it’ll receive the Lunarlon upgrading, but if previous Converse Skate models indicate anything, that upgrade can’t be too far out of reach.

Available now for $65.00

Comments

  1. real deal ethnic

    August 31, 2016 7:12pm

    You guys like the Cons slip on jawns on this site. I saw how you used the Jack Purcel slip on image in your earlier slip wear test post. The extra pair of Lunarlon insoles I got with my futura 2000 all star 2’s ended up in my Purcel slips. Matter of time……….yo?

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  2. Jon Voight's Car

    September 6, 2016 1:54am

    I don’t know if it’s actually lunarlon, but I picked up a pair today and they have a thick cushiony insole similar to the Vans ultracush ones.

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