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The Evan Smith S from DC Shoes is a clean rubber toe cap shoe with an advanced vulcanised sole unit that features DC's Impact-I technology that takes vulcanised soles to the next level. The Impact-I midsole uses moulded inverted "cones" that are made from a lower durometer rubber to allow for increased compression on impact. This in turn allows for greater flexibility and a lighter weight shoe, whilst maintaining all the grip and board feel of regular vulcanised technology. The Evan Smith S also has custom details and signature branding to round of a shoe that has way more than meets the eye. If you want a shoe that will perform but also has and easy, wearable aesthetic, then the Evan Smith S is definitely for you. Looks great with Dickies work pants or selvage denim.
Evan Smith pro model design
Low profile silhouette with Super Suede
Unique rubber toe cap
Unique vulcanized sole
Introducing DC's patented impact I inflection vulcanized technology
Rubber toe cap for a longer lasting skateboarding shoe
The DC Shoes Kalis Love T-Shirt is a limited edition collaboration with legendary skateboard photographer Mike Blabac. The chest print is of the Josh Kalis skating the iconic Love Park monument in Philadelphia USA that was so prolific during the mid 90's.