DC Evan Smith Style
The low-top DC Evan Smith features a street-ready design with robust elements that suit the staunch skateboarding styles. Its canvas has suede reinforcements on the heel and toe for added durability and style. Meanwhile, the stitching, rubber toecap, and lace-up details boost the relaxed look that can readily be used on and off the board. To sport the Evan Smith skate shoe, some pair this up with joggers, baggy jeans, skinnies, or shorts and paired with unbuttoned plaid polo over a t-shirt for authentic Thrasher look.
DC Evan Smith History
Damon Way, Danny Way, and Ken Block founded the DC Shoe Company in 1994 to furnish significant change in the footwear style and performance of the skateboarders. The brand smoothly grew as the leading skateboarding brand provider and was able to secure various mall-based distributors that helped them reach the national stage.
The brand broadened its products by offering footwear for extreme sports such as surfing, snowboarding, motocross, and BMX tricks. To date, the DC brand is one of the foremost producers of world-class shoes, apparel, and accessories for various sports.
Florida-based professional skater Evan Smith was the first-ever skateboarder commissioned by the DC to endorse their product. Known for his eccentric way of pulling off board tricks and ability to adapt to various terrains, DC launched a skate shoe line that depicts Smith's skateboarding style.
The DC Evan Smith skateboarding shoe is the brand's first entry in the sneakers with rubber toe cap market. It primarily features superb board feel and impact protection. It is dressed in canvas with suede upper and the durable rubber toecap seated on the vulcanized rubber gumsole with the Impact I-technology.