DC Shoes Brings Premium Vachetta Leather To The E Tribeka

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DC Shoes made waves in the skate market earlier this year when they introduced their new E Tribeka silhouette. A shoe that’s fresh enough for the streets but more than durable enough for an intense skate session, the E Tribeka helped push the brand in a fresh new direction, and even served as the centerpiece for a collaboration with upcoming LA streetwear brand FTP. Now it’s surfaced in a brand-new “Vachetta” iteration, taking the striking look and giving it a premium twist with all-new materials. The shoe’s entire upper is constructed of a luxurious vachetta tan leather — an ultra-premium substance that fits and feels even better with wear, similar to a baseball glove. Dark brown accents around the collar and raw leather laces add further to the high-end look, and the shoe is completed by a while midsole and gum outsole. Of course, if you have a nice pair of leather kicks you also have to be sure to keep them clean, so these special E Tribekas even come packaged with a deluxe cleaning kit full of leather care essentials. Get a first look at the premium skate shoes below, and expect them to drop later in November.

DC Shoes E Tribeka “Vachetta”
Release Date: November 2018

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