DC Net

These DC shoes look awesome and go with tons of different styles and clothing. They have a great crisp and clean look to them but still have some flash and I really love the color combination and the over all style of them to. I go to University and usually end up walking to most of my classes so to me it’s really important I am wearing good footwear because it can be quite the hike around campus. Due to the extra padding in the heel that DC puts in your foot may feel a tiny bit squished up near the toe area. I found an easy fix for this size thing was to simply push the tongue into position a tiny bit and bam…problem solved. That was my only real negative issue with them and I was glad to get it resolved fast because I love how they look on me. All in all these are some pretty cool shoes.

Here’s some of the features DC says about this shoe:

  • Synthetic leather or synthetic nubuck upper.
  • Ventilation the upper panel.
  • Soft foam tongue and collar for extra cushion and support.
  • Airflow through the mesh tongue.
  • Elastic tongue holder to keep the shape of the shoe decent and everything all in place.
  • Their popular performance cupsole design comes with these.
  • Scratch proof and tough grippy rubber outsole..
  • Eyelets on the side of the shoe.
  • Weighs about 15.00 oz..not bad.

Recently DC has announced they will be sponsoring the 2010 Mammoth Motocross, which is happening at Mammoth Lakes, California between June 17 – 27th. Besides sponsoring the event festivities, the DC Motocross team pros, Nate Adams, Jeremy McGrath, Josh Hill, Ian Trettle, Adam Cianciarulo, Zack Bell, and Chase Bell are set to be in the race at the event.
This annual show of massive talent started way back in 1968 if you can believe it and with every passing year its popularity has snowballed into the massive event it is today! It is now one of the largest grassroots motocross events in North America, combining multiple pro and amateur riders for a number of races going down at the Mammoth Mountain Motocross track.

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