Josh Kalis spent a fair amount of time skating the city of Chicago toward the mid 2000’s, and has always seen the windy city as one of his favorite places to post up. To celebrate the collaboration between Perth Australia’s nostalgic clothing brand Butter goods and DC, Josh invited the Butter crew out to chi-town to hit the streets, reminiscent of the good ol’ days. Kalis couldn’t have said it any better; “I’m super hyped on this DC x Butter collab. The guys met me in Chicago and we just went ape shit in the city. The product is amazing, the vibes are amazing, it’s just a perfect combo of authentic skate shit. Enjoy.”
The story of Leo Valls and his hometown of Bordeaux is an unlikely one to say the least. It’s a story where skaters, artists, lawmakers and city officials are working together to create a more skate-friendly city. But this is more than just a story about one skater and one city… this a story about redefining skateboarding’s role in the city of the future.
DC Shoes presents its latest Yours for the Taking piece featuring Leo Valls.
A couple months back some of the DC crew went up to Lincoln city, Oregon for the Indy Rip ride rally contest, and stayed a few extra days to camp and experience Oregon’s local offerings. Enjoy this cut of T-funk, Evan Smith, Wes Kremer, Toby Ryan, and Cruise Mosberg doing what they do best across the lush lands of the Northwest.
In his hometown of Bordeaux, France, DC Euro team rider Leo Valls had the same problems that every skateboarder around the world deals with on a daily basis—skate-stoppers, knobs, defensive architecture, cops, angry pedestrians, traffic, and everything else that comes with skating in a city center. But, Leo had ambitious vision that brought together skaters, artists and city officials working as one to redefine the role of skateboarding in the city of the future.
The INFINITE S fuses cupsole stability with vulcanized durability. This is versatility like you’ve never seen.
If you understand what the DC Lynx is, you’ll understand immediately that there’s something special about this one….
Fine Italian leathers. Exquisite craftsmanship. Luxury-level detailing. Designed for luxury lovers. Inspired by the streets. Jon Buscemi and DC Shoes, bonded for life.
“If you understand what the DC Lynx is, you’ll understand immediately that there’s something special about this one.” Pick up a pair HERE.
As a complement to the new T-Funk Pro Model, this curated collection reflects the raw talent, unapologetic style, and larger-than-life personality of Tristan Funkhouser. Showcasing his art and attitude, this capsule lets you step into both the mellow and the madness of T-Funk.
T Funk is just insane on a skateboards. In the last few years, he has grown in to one of the heaviest pro’s out. DC also noticed this and gave Tristan one of the highest honors a skateboarder can achieve in the form of his own pro model shoe. CCS headed to Baker Boys HQ and skated the shoe with Tristan, Evan Smith, John Gardner, Ace Pelka and a bunch more homies to see what it was all about. Check the video then pick up a pair of T-Funk’s at CCS.com!
Japanese brand Monkey TIme and DC Shoes rework the Kalis OG in two different styles for Summer 2019. A black premium leather version boasts supreme craftsmanship, elevating the sneaker to a new status. A white and black-trimmed pair features more traditional fabrication and leather, providing the customer with an essential street shoe. Both come with an extra pair of laces in a fluorescent color to bring out similar-hued detailing. A clear sole gives a whole new perspective to the skate sneaker, and a handcrafted shoe box is that extra touch letting you know you’ve just been handed something special.
Influenced by classic sportswear and unique garments that were an extension of 90s skateboarding personalities, Sports Class represents an era in skateboarding that championed individuality and personal style on the board.
Village Psychic teamed up with Skate Jawn and DC to host a skate jam at Borough Hall.