Verdict from 75 user reviews

7 reasons to buy

  • Many buyers like the contemporary and easy-to-wear look of the DC Infinite TX. 
  • Like most DC sneakers, it is comfortable to skate in or wear as an everyday shoe.
  • The DC Infinite TX skate shoes are available in multiple color options.
  • Like other shoes in the DC Infinite collection, this textile rendition offers a budget-friendly price tag. 
  • Few reviewers note that the rubber toe cap feature enhances its durability for skateboarding. 
  • The vulcanized construction of this shoe provides excellent board feel and flexibility, according to some skaters.
  • This shoe fits true to size, per several wearers.

1 reasons not to buy

  • Some reviewers report that because of its vulcanized sole, the DC Infinite TX is not as cushioned as other sneakers.

Bottom line

One of the newest additions to the DC skate sneakers is the DC Infinite TX, a low-top skate shoe from the DC Infinite collection. Like other Infinite models, this shoe features an extended rubber toe cap for long-lasting wear, foam-padded collar and tongue for supplemental comfort and support, and a vulcanized outsole with pill pattern tread for superior board feel and grip. The primary difference, however, is a lightweight and breathable textile upper.  

Overall, the DC Infinite TX is well-liked not only for its skate-ready performance but also for its street-ready look and affordable price.

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Good to know

The DC Infinite TX is a low-top skate shoe in men’s sizes that range from US 6 to 14 in D Medium (Standard) width. It has a foam-padded collar and tongue for added support and comfort, and a lace-up closure system for lockdown and secure yet adjustable fit. A pull tab is featured at the heel for easy on and off wearing. 

Like other low-top skate shoes, this textile rendition of the DC Infinite offers non-restrictive movement while keeping the foot secure and protected. It also features Ortholite insoles for added cushioned comfort. 

The DC Infinite TX is a low-top skate shoe with a textile material that sits atop a white-colored vulcanized sole unit. Regardless of colorway, the shoe retains a minimal and contemporary façade that’s as easy to wear and as versatile as most DC sneakers. Sealing off its sporty-casual style is a five-eyelet lace closure, DC brandings throughout, and an extended rubber toe cap for added skate-approved flair. 

Colorways available for the DC Infinite TX include black, red, navy, and white. 

As part of the DC Infinite collection, the Infinite TX boasts features that can also be found in other Infinite renditions. An exemption is a textile material on the upper. Like the DC Infinite and the DC Infinite S skate shoes, this textile version flaunts a low-top vulcanized construction with an extended rubber toe cap for added durability. It also has foam-padded and mesh-lined collar and tongue, plus Ortholite insoles, for extra support and comfort. 

World-renowned footwear brand DC Shoes, Inc. has always been known for producing high performance, comfortable, and stylish skate shoes for men, women, and kids across the globe. It was established by business partners Damon Way and Ken Block in June 1994 in California, USA.

In June 2019, DC introduced the Infinite collection which includes performance skate shoes equipped with vulcanized cup sole construction. A hybrid between a vulcanized sole and a cup sole, this unique construction delivers superior board grip, durability, and flexibility. 

Part of the DC Infinite collection is the DC Infinite TX. It is the textile variation of the DC Infinite skate shoe, which features either a leather or suede upper material depending on the colorway. The Infinite TX dropped in several colorways and initially retailed for an affordable price of $70 a pair. 

  • The DC Infinite TX SE variation of this shoe features various print design on the textile upper. Colorways include camo, black/floral, black/multi, and black/dk shadow. 


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