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The low-top DC E. Tribeka SE is available in sizes from 6 to 14 and 5 to 11 US for males and females respectively. It has a lace-up closure that offers secured and adjustable fit. Equipped with a lightweight midsole, it provides support. It also utilizes an Ortholite footbed that delivers supreme cushioning as well as mesh lining for an excellent next-to-skin feel.
With a low-cut silhouette, the DC E. Tribeka SE provides skaters with better ankle mobility as they execute their skateboarding flips and tricks. Aside from skateboarding, this pair of DC E. Tribeka SE sneakers is also great for any casual activity. With different colorways, it is available for men in Black / Camo, Burgundy / Tan and Camo while women can choose from Cheetah Print, Grey / Pink and Peach Parfait.
There are several ways to style this low-cut sneaker that will not compromise comfort. The men’s DC E. Tribeka SE looks excellent when matched with cuffed slim-fitted jeans and a plain or graphic shirt. Men can also wear this shoe with shorts, joggers and even khaki pants. On the other hand, women can stylishly match a pair of the DC E. Tribeka SE skate shoes with mini skirts, shorts, denim jeans, and even mini-dresses.
Among the striking features of the low-top DC E. Tribeka SE is the fact that it is packed with technologies that only focus on delivering supreme and uncompromising comfort while maintaining a stylish look. It has the dual-density Unilite midsole that gives impact protection and long-lasting cushioning. It also utilizes the Ortholite footbed that is designed to support human foot’s unique structure and provide comfort.
As one of the pioneers of providing chunkier skate shoes, DC has launched the E. Tribeka SE in June 2018. A pair of DC E. Tribeka SE shoes offers a silhouette that fuses the brand’s recognizable DNA with modernized details. It has an upper made with a combination of suede, leather and textile materials that provide durability and foot breathability. It utilizes a durable DGT rubber outsole that delivers stability and excellent traction.
All thanks to Ken Block and Damon Way who founded the DC brand in Carlsbad, California. Initially, DC stands for Droors Clothing but eventually changed to DC Shoes in 1993. Since then, the company increased its revenue and hit $7 million in sales by 1995. It continued to succeed and grow in the next decade.
- The DC E. Tribeka SE features an outsole with the Dynamic Grip Technology that provides excellent grip and controlled flick.
- It has a molded TPR tongue logo.