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DC Unilite Trainer TC Shoes

DC Unilite Trainer TC Shoes
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Description: DC Unilite Trainer TC Shoes

Time to exercise and get your training on with these DC Unilite Trainer TC Shoes! DC's UNILITE technology provides superior comfort and protection. The shoe itself is lightweight, flexible, and will have your feet breathing freely! The rubber outsole is cunningly designed for great traction and awesome tread life! Inspired by Supercross Athlete Trey Canard for the person with similar expectations. Gear up and lace these bad boys up for optimal training performance!

Key Features of DC Unilite Trainer TC Shoes:
  • Colorway Inspired by Supercross Athlete Trey Canard #41
  • Geometric Screenprint
  • Custom Tongue Logo
  • Lightweight, Flexible Action Sport straining Model
  • DC's Revolutionary UNILITE Technology Provides Long-lasting Cushioning &Impact Protection
  • Progressive No-Sew Technology Upper
  • Breathable Mesh with Reinforced Molded Synthetic Overlays
  • Lightweight Mesh Tongue
  • Injection TPR Logo Details
  • Molded OrthoLite Sockliner for Comfort and Support
  • Strategically Placed Rubber on Outsole for Durability

Unilite Trainer TC


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Nice & light
Shoe is light fits and breathes well. Just not sure on how long they will last. I am very rough on shoes.
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September 1, 2015
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1 year ago
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These seem more like athletic shoes rather than skate shoes. I skate DC but like the look of these. Will they hold up to grip tape?
A shopper on Nov 4, 2014
Best Answer: Hi, no they will not hold up to grip tape. These were designed for our athletes to train in or who want to wear an extremely comfortable shoe when their not skateboarding etc.

Thank you!
Reply · Report · Nick KWorks for DC on Nov 5, 2014
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