Matt Miller’s debut pro model for DC is highly anticipated for a number of reasons. Not only has it been a part of the tech resurgence that’s showing no signs of slowing down, but it’s also a modern day reminder of DC’s heritage. With their technical reputation fully intact, Matt’s first pro model blends today’s modern day necessities with the classic technical elements we’ve always trusted from DC Shoes. Read More
Whether it’s an overly concerned parent, policeman or random pedestrian with nothing to do, you’re bound to get fucked with on the streets. Is that more or less of a reason to go to the skatepark? If we had to guess, our assumption is that most would pick the serenity & smooth angle ironed ledges of the skatepark but we’ll take the former. As stated previously, interacting with that crazy crackhead during a street session is just as necessary as the complete under your feet. Read More
DC’s latest offering is the perfect balance between tech and simplicity. Lets face it, not everyone is willing to crossover into the world of “tech” footwear so easy. For those apprehensive skaters, the Matt Miller Pro is a perfect combination of that simple one piece toe you’ve come to love and today’s modernized tech movement that you desperately want to try but can’t. For those consumers who aren’t ready to Uncuff (who would?), rock baggier jeans and embrace the likes of a runner toe, the Miller pro can ease you into that “tech” footwear model that you otherwise weren’t interested in.
There’s an overall consensus that PJ Ladd’s “Wonderful Horrible Life” is the best technical skate part of all time (depending on the person you’re talking to & what generation they were born in). Well, as do you, we desperately miss seeing curly-haired PJ skating in Accels. Especially after their return back into the market this year. Naturally, if a skate-centric genie came up to us and asked us what our wish would be, it’d be to have PJ back in Accels but that’ll never happen. With that in mind, here’s as close as we’ll get to watching him skate in our favorite puffy shoe. #PuffySkateShoeComeback Read More
Aside from the obvious and overly repetitive examples of how different skateboarding is from every other physical activity in the world, our most distinct difference is our constant interaction with random strangers. Read More