Size and fit

DC Court Graffik SE is available for both men's and women's sizing. Men have sizes 6 to 18 while women have sizes 7 to 15 US both in regular width. This shoe runs true to size and considered roomy to accommodate wide feet.

Court Graffik SE brags about its well-cushioned design that provides sufficient support for board tricks and comfort for pavement touring. It has mesh tongue and collar designed with ample cushioning and a removable insole which can be changed to one's preferred inserts.

Meanwhile, the lace-up closure system with flat laces provides reliable, comfortable fit while the low-top profile allows the wearer to achieve maximum range of motion at the ankle for better maneuvering and control.

DC Court Graffik SE Style

Displaying a simple profile, the low-top DC Court Graffik SE is bursting with cushioning all over its silhouette. Its puffy tongue and collar give a bulky profile seated atop a thick and sturdy sole. The brand used heavy-duty materials on this kick, suitable for casual activities and skateboarding tricks and flips.

Meanwhile, the pill pattern outsole of the Court Graffik SE not only functions to boost the traction but also enhances this pair's unique style. DC offers this model in a variety of colorways buyers can choose from. Most wearers sport their Court Graffik SE with almost any laidback casual guise that is comfortable on and off the board.

Notable Features

The bold DC embellishment on the lateral side gives the DC Court Graffik SE its noteworthy feature. The brand used textured textile DC logo woven on this puffy and straightforward shoe making it stand out even more.

DC Court Graffik SE History

Damon Way and Ken Block started pondering on conceiving a sneaker that will forever alter the skateboarding style and performance in 1993. Together with the professional skater Danny Way, they launched the DC Shoes in California a year after.

In the mid-90s, DC grew significantly and became the number 1 provider of skateboarding kick. They acquired mall-based distributors that became their road to the national stage. The brand also offered exclusive designs accessible through their physical stores.

After a while, the brand started offering footwear, apparels, and accessories for various extreme sports, such as snowboarding, surfing, motocross, and BMX. The company designed modernized technologies to give ample heel support and Unilite soles. In 2001, the brand sold almost 2 million DC products in the market.

The Quicksilver company acquired the DC Shoes in 2004. The brand underwent significant makeover including their logo, and new skateboarder team was formed fronted by the professional skater Steve Berra. DC was the first skateboarding company to employ professional skaters to endorse their company.

In 2012, DC launched their first women's line consisting of footwear, apparel, and accessories. Fast forward to the current days, DC is considered one of the leading company for high-end footwear, accessories, and clothing for various extreme sports for men, women, and kids. The company was able to keep up with their primary mission, which is to deliver a significant change.

The DC Court Graffik was launched having a chunky silhouette. This thickly padded shoe aims at delivering footwear for skateboarders with superb support and excellent comfort. The SE iteration was launched subsequently offering more intensive materials and construction.

Additional Info

  • This product weighs 482 grams.
  • The heavy-duty leather upper is resistant to abrasion and heightens the durability.
  • It has elastic tongue holder found internally that keeps the tongue in place.
  • It has DC embroidery at the toe.
  • The soft tricot lining has unique weaving pattern that produces smooth on one side and textured on the other.
  • The multi-tone rubber outsole has the DC exclusive "Pill Pattern" to boost the ground grip and durability.
  • The brand incorporated some vents to improve the breathability.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.