On a team of heavy hitting skateboarders, Matt Miller becomes DC Shoes’ latest pro to drop a signature shoe. Miller, a constant presence in Street League contests, joined the DC team six years ago and draws on the brand’s technical features and trademark style in creating a shoe that puts him in the pro model ranks of elite skaters.
“I wanted a shoe that looked good when you looked down,” said Miller. “I also wanted something supportive and lightweight. It has ventilation windows in it that keep my feet really cool when I’m skating too. Breathability is super important to me. Overall, it’s just a really durable shoe that skates really well.”
The DC Matt Millers boast some pretty evolved tech. They’re designed for optimized breathability and maximum support—two features not usually found in the same shoe. With a completely redesigned outsole exclusive to the Matt Miller, these kicks really stand apart from the rest. You get DC’s ultra durable Super Suede and the innovative no-sew construction found in the Mike Mo and Cole Lite 2. With an open cell mesh collar and tongue plus well ventilated mesh side panels, you’ve pretty much found unparalleled breathability. Throw in the Ortholite footbed, moisture wicking Dry Tex lining and “Pill Pattern” tread and you have a perfect high-performance shoe for street skating. The DC Matt Miller defies convention. Congrats, Matt, your first DC pro model is a banger.
Watch Matt Miller explain his first ever DC pro model shoe in the video below: