As far as history is concerned, the foundation stone was laid in the mid-1990s by designer Damon Way and professional rally driver Ken Block, and in California, Carlsbad, where the company soon moved to Huntington Beach. An important milestone for the brand was 2004 when DC bought the Quiksilver. Six years later, the video editing Skateboarding Is Forever was released, in which the amateur riders Matt Miller, Wes Kremer, Evan Smith and Greg Myers appeared at that time. Nyjah Huston also passed the DC skateboarding team. Among the best-known riders currently on skateboarding under the wings of DC are Josh Kalis, Wes Kremer, Evan Smith, Madars Apse or Danny Way. Currently, DC shoes are renowned and adored throughout the world, but the brand as such offers far more than just shoes - from clothing, over caps to backpacks. Perfect style and high quality are DC priority and product selection is truly unlimited. You can find here products designed for skateboarding, snowboarding, motocross or BMX.