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DC Skateboard Shoes

Whether you're popping ollies on a skateboard, riding your BMX or just want a pair of sneakers that look good, DC shoes has it all. Here's a look at some of the latest footwear from those crazy shoe-making guys and gals at DC shoes.

The Omen
DC's Omen is the signature shoe for world record skateboarder Danny Way. It's the perfect shoe for dedicated skaters and is designed to resist the wear and tear caused by skateboarding. The Omen has extra cushioning in the heel to ease the shock of harsh bails and hard landings. The tongue and upper panel of the shoe are made of breathable mesh so your socks won't smell like a landfill after you've been skating all day. You can step into a pair of DC Omens for $99.95 US.

Theory
DC's Theory shoe is a sleek-looking skate shoe made from durable leather and breathable mesh. There's extra padding and an airbag in the heel to protect your feet during hard landings. The sole is made from strong rubber to give riders extra grip and a reinforced toe cap provides extra protection for those high-flying ollies. If you can weasel $99.95 US out of your parents, you could be wearing these shoes.

Kid's Ratio
The Ratio is the signature shoe of BMX master Dave Mirra and is the perfect footwear for skating, BMX riding or just shopping for CDs at the mall. It'll stand up to your worst wipeouts and the extra sticky rubber soles have grooves for flexibility and great traction. Find $50 US and these could be yours.

To check out more DC Shoes and to see videos of their skate team, head to www.dcshoes.com.

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