Size and fit

The DC Net is available in men's sizing from 5 to 18 US in medium width. Women who want to try this can take a size or two down their normal size for a more comfortable ride. Example, if a lady's size is 7 in women's, she must take 6 or 5 in the men's sizing for a secure and cozier fit.

The traditional lace-up securing system allows the wearers to personalize the snug fit while the well-padded collar and tongue maximize the comfort and support suitable for the high jumps and tricks on and off the board.

DC Net Style

The low-top DC Net displays the iconic silhouette of the DC line with bold logo detail for the added style while staying simple and straightforward. The upper is made of premium material with a liberal amount of cushioning on the collar and tongue to enhance the comfort and the classic look. Meanwhile, DC offers this in various subdued colorways which allows it to be styled with almost any casual ensemble.

Most users sport their DC Net with loose denim jeans, jogger or shorts and match it up with outsized tees, hoodies or plaid polos. To complete their Thrasher look, some accessorize their overall getup with a cap, chains, and oversized necklace. For the ladies, some opt to fit this out with a dress or skirt to add a bold element to their girly look.

Notable Features

One feature of the DC Net that makes a remarkable impact to many onlookers and buyers is the bold DC logo found on the quarter panel. This daring design makes this shoe recognizable even from afar that adds flair to the total lifestyle and sporty guise of its wearers.

DC Net History

In 1993, Damon Way and Ken Block started brainstorming footwear designs that would make a significant change in the style and performance of skateboarding shoes. Together with the professional skater Danny Way, they launched the DC Shoes in California in 1994.

Their brand steadily grew in the mid-90s and became the most sought-after shoe in skateboarding domain. Later on, the brand started offering footwear for various extreme sports, such as skateboarding, snowboarding, surfing, motocross, and BMX with more advanced technologies.

In 2012, the brand launched its professional endorser, which is a first in the skateboarding world. Today, DC is considered as one of the leading manufacturers of high-performance skate shoes. From footwear, the brand has now expanded to delivering lifestyle kicks, apparels, snowboards and cleats, outerwear, and accessories for men, women, and kids too. The brand stayed true to their fundamental core which is to deliver significant changes in the skateboarder's world.

The DC Net model showcases the trademark feature of the DC which is the generous amount of padding on the tongue and collar. This stylish footwear provides unparalleled comfort, durability, and traction using various technologies DC created for on and off the board use.

Additional Info

  • The upper can be made of leather, Nubuck, canvas, or suede materials.
  • The DC Net has the lightweight mesh tongue and medial ventilation holes to maximize the breathability.
  • The pill-patterned rubber cupsole delivers superb grip and durability on and off the board.
  • For the enhanced comfort, the brand used textile lining and padded insole.
  • It has the spandex that holds the tongue in place.
  • This product weighs approximately 545 grams.


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