Size and fit

Women’s 5-11 and men’s 7-13 sizes are available for the DC Meridian SE. There are half size selections, and the shoe comes in medium width. It fits true to size. The sneaker comes in a low-top design, allowing the ankle to move freely. Meanwhile, its suede upper delivers a secure fit, while the three-eyelet lace-up closure makes sure that the shoe is snug against the foot.

DC Meridian SE Style

Issued in a Peach Parfait colorway for the ladies and Camo/Russet Orange for men, the DC Meridian SE shoes have a sporty casual look. They could be worn with any athleisure get-up, such as leggings, joggers, shorts, and t-shirts. For more laidback looks, the sneaker could also be paired with jeans and shorts, perfect for any casual activity.

The ladies’ variation features a soft, feminine flair that will go well with skirts and dresses. Meanwhile, the camo-infused design for men offers a grungy and edgy appeal. It will go well with track or cargo pants for a relaxed look and feel. The shoe could be a good option for any season, but its clean flair should make it an excellent choice for the spring and summer seasons.

Notable Features

Among DC shoes, the Meridian SE stands out with its four-way stretch full cleatie construction. It delivers flexibility and security for movement. Premium suede upper makes up the upper, while a leather cage graces the sneaker’s midfoot area for additional support.

For the branding, the DC logo is embossed on the cage, and it’s also found on the tongue pull tab. There is also a pull tab at the heel to help in easing the foot in and out. An elastic strap wraps around the heel to provide added security to the foot’s back area.

DC Meridian SE History

Founded in 1994, DC Shoes quickly grew to be a leading brand when it comes to action sports and lifestyle footwear. Former community college classmates Ken Block and Damon Way founded the brand, along with other business ventures. DC initially stood for Droors Clothing, an apparel label that they launched together which has since ceased to exist.   

Originally based in Carlsbad, California, the company has moved to Huntington Beach after Quiksilver acquired it in 2004. One thing that DC has become known for over the years is its sponsorship of talented athletes in skateboarding, snowboarding, and surfing, along with auto and motor racing. For its lifestyle section, the brand takes inspiration from its sports heritage to create reliable models.

Among the prime examples are the DC Meridian shoes, running-inspired kicks that were released in March 2018. The model was issued in men’s and women’s sizes and designed for everyday casual use, balancing innovative features with stylish good looks. DC leveled up the shoe even more with the low-top DC Meridian SE, a special edition sneaker that revamps the original with premium materials.

With its smooth appeal and neat design, the shoe is ideal for completing daily outfits with a touch of athleisure. It’s constructed with the same comfort and support that made the original model sought-after by fans. The sneaker was part of DC’s autumn and winter footwear collection, but it has a year-round charm that could fit with any season.   

Additional Info

  • The internal toe cap reinforces the forefoot structure for extra durability.
  • Cushioning is provided by the OrthoLite footbed.   
  • Lightweight support and comfort are delivered by the UniLite midsole.
  • There are pods on the rubber outsole to offer excellent traction.  

Facts / Specs

Base model: DC Meridian
Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Colorways: Pink
Special editions: 1 special edition
SKUs: ADJS700056874

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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.