DC SHOES x NEW ERA「Grande」59Fifty Fitted Cap

DC has just released their Grande New Era 59Fifty fitted cap. The cap features a Multi-Color Plaid base with a DC logo stitched on the bottom left corner of the front panel. If you´re looking for a Plaid fitted you can get it now at store.dcshoes.com.

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DC Life Admiral Sport x Diddy

American rapper and record producer, Sean Combs, also known as Diddy has received a treat from Noisemakers. A pair of DC Life Admiral Sport which was designed by Nelson from RebelAire was handed to Diddy by Peter Rosenberg. This customized pair features a mixture of leather and suede upper in Blue with accent of Gold on the quarter panel. Diddy’s name appears on the heel whereas Noisemakers tradename has been generously engraved on the shoe’s White midsole. An added bling-bling on the heel is an extra embellishment. You can see more pics after the jump.

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DC Double Label™ Project x Sixpack x PMFKA

DC launches its third Double Label™ Project with Sixpack France and artist PMFKA for spring / summer 2010. Two distinctive DC silhouettes, the Admiral and Sector 7, were recruited for this collection and feature the sober and monochromatic designs of PMKFA, whose patterns are based on both the obvious and the not-so-obvious elements of street culture.  Follow the jump for some more pics and facts.

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DC & UXA has just released the limited edition Ryan Smith 2.0S “The Big Apple” collaboration. Designed by Peter Huynh, Jefferson Pang and Peter Bici. The mid cut pro shoe is inspired purely by skateboarding lifestyle in the Big Apple. The colors were drawn from the philosophy of form and function in which the thought that a good looking maneuver is not complete without a good looking shoe.

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DC Shoes x Mike Shinoda – MSDC Xander


Juggling between his duties as the front man for Linkin Park, his side project Fort Minor, and creating the majority of cover art, merchandise, and website for both projects.  Mike Shinoda still finds time to design for DC Shoes‘ Remix Series.  The third installment of the collaboration, the MSDC Xander feature a streamlined design of all white leather upper.  Both left and right side walls are adorned with complex geometric patterns via laser etched onto the leather. Kanji/Chinese characters of 限定商品 , or “limited merchandises” adorned on the in-side side of each foot. Printed on the clear sole on the bottom and the insole is an original illustration from Shinoda, a continuation of the skull and Koi fish theme.  Proceeds from the sales will go to the Michael K. Shinoda Scholarship at the prestigious Art Center College of Design, Shinoda’s alma mater.  The DC Shoes x Mike Shinoda – MSDC Xander for 2009 will be launch this Summer.

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DC x Kendo Double Label Retailer Project – The Spruce Kendo


DC and influential women’s sneaker retailer, Kendo, have paired to introduce the first women’s sneaker in DC’s Double Label™ Retailer Project– The Spruce Kendo.

A woman’s ever evolving sense of style was Kendo’s inspiration for the unique colorway. The shoe features different reptile skins that have been applied with a lenticular technique to create the impression of an ever changing look. They then paired the animal print with opulent gold, tan and copper colors, and added red for an edgy color pop with the Kendo logo featured on the heel as well as printed on the insole.

Releasing April 1, 2009, the Spruce Kendo will be online at www.kendo-la.com and www.store.dcshoes.com as well as DC retail locations in Los Angeles and Soho.

Source: Highsnobiety

limited edition DC agnes b Double Label Project


DC Co-Founder, Damon Way started DC’s Artist Projects Series in With the opening of post-graffiti, illustrated and graphic exhibition Forward3,DC and agnes b. will celebrate their double label shoe and launch it officially. The event will take place Thursday, march 5th at 7pm at the agnes b. store, 3-6 rue du Jour, Paris More than twenty-five artists will expose their work on a „I love New York“ theme.

DC Co-Founder, Damon Way started DC’s Artist Projects Series in 2001 as a vehicle for DC to work with artists who influence street culture, fine arts, and popular design. Select artists are given creative control over the design, branding and packaging of a DC shoe. DC’s Artist Projects™ includes models designed by Shepard Fairey, Kaws, Dave Kinsey, Eric So, Phil Frost, Thomas Campbell, Arkitip/Evan Hecox, Andy Howell, Michael Leon, Methamphibian, SSUR, Natas Kaupas, André and Aaron Rose. Since then, DC has expanded its Special Projects to include the music focused Remix Series; and it’s Double Label Projects, partnerships with other inspired brands and notable creative influences.
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DC – Double Label Project – Akroe


Here we’ve got another exclusive preview on the DC double Laber Project for you. This time it’s the DC Xander and the DC Sector 7.  Both are designed by french artist AKROE. On the heel and the side there a two stichings, the one is the AKROE logo and the other is the „non merci“ writing. The sole shows the face that was also used on the other products of the line, like:   the Metro leather jacket, Merci satin jacket, illusion crew pullover and the MCP Zip Hoody.

These pieces will be available in Fall 09.

More pics after the jump.


DC Teamworks Collection – Travis Pastrana


The Fall 2009 TeamWorks Collection is a continuation of the original ideals the program established. The result is five product packs completely designed each rider’s specs and needs. Travis, Ken, Ricky, Nate and Adam worked with the DC design team to make the products 100% their own. From colors and materials to the sole patterns and cushioning systems, the latest TeamWorks Collection is a perfect suit to each athlete’s unique performance needs…and a fitting tribute to the still-evolving legacies of some of DC’s best athletes.

Here we got a preview of Travis Pastrana’s Radar TP and the TP hat, coming in black/true red.

And Ken Block’s Block Spartan High Wc black/gold.

More pics after the jump.