Why Pinoy skateboarders are crazy about this new DC baby?

posted March 14, 2017 at 10:40 pm
by  Manila Standard
The DC brand has always been synonymous with extreme games. In the Philippines, young Pinoy skateboarders always look both at comfort and style when choosing the right pair of shoes. 

DC recently introduced its newest and freshest cupsole—the Astor-- that skate enthusiasts should be crazy about.

Using DC’s IMPACT-I technology and featuring a clean blucher-toe silhouette, the Astor is ready to conquer the streets in maximum style and comfort. 

Check out the Astor here: dcshoes.com/astor-collection.

Available in four different colors including; Grey/Red/White, Dark Green, Black/White and White/Gum, the Astor also features a classic blucher toe with leather, nubuck, suede and/or canvas upper, slight tongue padding, internal elastic gore, OrthoLite sockliner, durable IMPACT-I rubber outsole and herringbone tread for traction.


In addition, DC utilizes its top of the line IMPACT-I technology, that features inverted cones constructed of a lower durometer rubber to allow compression upon landing, shock absorption and foot protection from harsh impacts while retaining the board-feel and flexibility of a traditional vulcanized shoe. 

For more information on DC Astor, please visit DC stores nationwide. Like us on our Facebook page dcshoes.ph and follow us on our IG account @dcshoesphil. 

The Primer Group of Companies, Asia’s next retail giant, is the exclusive distributor of DC in the Philippines.

Founded in 1994, DC quickly grew to a leader in performance skateboarding shoes and renowned action sports brand. Today DC Shoes stands as a global brand whose product line has expanded to include men’s, women’s and kids’ skateboarding and lifestyle shoes, apparel, snowboards, snowboard boots, outerwear, and accessories. 


Topics: DC Shoes , Filipino skateboarders , extreme games , DC Astor
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