Size and fit

The DC Pure SE boasts its copiously padded tongue and collar that deliver superior comfort and fit. The mesh lining and vent holes on the forefoot allow free flow of air to enhance the comfort by keeping the feet fresh with every stride. Meanwhile, the lace-up closure provides personalized, snug fit. This shoe is available in both men's and women's sizing. Men can choose from sizes 3 to 15 and women have a size range of 4.5 to 16.5 US in medium width.

DC Pure SE Style

The low-top DC Pure SE is constructed with a mixture of a premium leather upper and contrasting textile overlays for that polished and stylish addition to one's ensemble. The generous padding on the tongue and collar delivers chunky profile to enhance its sporty yet cozy vibe.  This shoe will surely stand out while its wearers are making waves on and off the board. Most can be seen sporting this with their baggy jeans, skinnies, joggers, shorts, or even with their khakis and paired with hoodies, tees, or plaid polo.

Notable Features

DC Pure SE features the noteworthy premium leather upper with mixed materials overlays for added style. This feature adds a unique facet that stands out over the other skateboarding kick. Another striking element is the DC logo on the side that almost always breaks some neck.

DC Pure SE History

DC founders, Ken Block and Damon Way, wanted to make a significant change in the skateboarding domain. Thus, they resolved in establishing a footwear brand in 1993 that produces high-quality products with style and performance level.

Together with professional skater Danny Way, DC founders unveiled their first DC Shoe model in 1994. A year after, they launched another signature shoe of another skate professional Colin McKay, and in the same year, they released their first advertisement that features Danny Way that tackles 'TransWorld Skateboarding.'

Rob Dyrdek joined the DC professional Skate Team and developed a technology that can withstand the wear and tear abuse of skateboarding sport. Together with Block, they came up with a nylon lace loops that protect the laces in areas that receive a high amount of contact. This was the first technology explicitly created for the skateboarding which commenced the long list of technologies for modern skaters, such as Super Suede, Dynamic Grip Technology, Drop-In System Technology, and all the other techs.

Being a two-decade-old skate shoe manufacturer, DC has turned as the leading manufacturer of high-quality and fashionable footwear for men, women, and children. The brand has turned into the global status and continues to deliver significant changes to sports and lifestyle fashion and has landed into the hearts of skateboarding enthusiasts.

Additional Info

  • This product weighs approximately 482 grams.
  • It has the lightweight mesh tongue and upper panels and perforated toe box for better ventilation.
  • The cupsole construction provides better shock absorption capability.
  • It has the multi-toned Dynamic Grip Technology rubber outsole with the signature pill-pattern that provides superb traction, durability, and better board control.
  • It has an elastic band on the inner that holds the foot for better stability.

It features the Super Suede technology that delivers abrasion-resistant element for enhanced durability.

Facts / Specs

Base model: DC Pure
Top: Low
Inspired from: Skate
Colorways: Black / Brown / Grey / Blue
Special editions: 2 special editions
SKUs: 30102417 / 30102425 / 301024009 / 301024960 / 301024970 / 301024BG1 / 301024KWA / 301024NRD / 301024NVY / 301024XKSK

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Author
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.