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Top: Low
Inspired from: Skate
Collection: DC Evan Smith
Price: $70
Colorways: Beige, Black, Blue, Brown, Grey
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Men’s sizes from 7-13 in medium width are offered for the DC Evan Lo Zero. It fits true to size. Its upper is made up of suede, which provides secure support for the feet. Flat laces tie up the front to keep the fit tight. Meanwhile, the low-cut collar ensures that the ankles can move freely.

With a skate-inspired silhouette, the DC Evan Lo Zero offers many ways to style. It has a neat appeal that’s ideal for jeans or pants, along with shorts. It also has a distinct urban fashion flair that looks well with different kinds of casual clothes, such as t-shirts, hoodies, and jackets.

The colorways available for this shoe include autumn and winter-ready hues along with neutral options that are ideal for the summer and spring seasons. In short, this is excellent rotation footwear for all types of seasons, which makes it an exciting sneaker to dress up or down.

With a smooth suede upper, the DC Evan Lo Zero is set to become a modern classic. Its minimal design features stitch detailing for a subtle preppy touch. The DC logo is found on the tongue, along with signature Evan Smith branding for an air of exclusivity. Canvas lines the shoe for breathability. There are also a couple of eyelet holes near the midsole for ventilation.

DC Shoes was founded in 1993 by community college classmates Damon Way and Ken Block. It was one of the businesses they established together, and the name stood for Droors Clothing, another one of their brands. DC Shoes quickly rose in popularity in the skateboarding community as the brand provided a fresh take on skate styles, offering complete support for performance along with trendy looks.

By 1995, the brand had amassed millions of dollars in revenue. It was then sold to Quiksilver in 2004. Since its inception, the company has never failed to capture the attention and approval of both skaters and casual wearers due to their sleek and practical styles. DC has also partnered with the top names in the skateboarding world, helping to reinforce its authenticity. One such athlete that they collaborated with is pro skater Evan Smith.

Known for his skills, Smith created timeless shoes with DC that have since become favorites in the world of skating and street style. There are various models in his collection, all of them showcasing his trademark simple and modern design, such as can be seen in the low-top DC Evan Lo Zero. This low-cut model offers a minimalistic yet stylish look for urban fashion, ideal for mixing and matching everyday styles.   

At a budget-friendly price, this sneaker ensures that the wearer is comfortable and well supported for any type of activity. It’s dependable and unique, featuring a skate silhouette that’s inspired by retro styles yet looks original, just like Smith himself. This shoe is perfect for those looking for footwear they can rely on at any time.

  • This is the first shoe to feature DC’s Impact-I Technology, which combines and balances the boardfeel with impact protection.
  • The durable rubber toe cap ensures that this sneaker lasts longer.

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Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sneakerhead turned sneaker industry expert that believes a good outfit begins from the feet up. His aunt currently isn't speaking to him for wearing a pair of kicks at his cousin's wedding. He spends most of his time trying to keep on top of the latest releases, hitting up his contacts and doing what needs to be done to secure his next pickup. Danny has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

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