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DC x OTH Pool LE

29 March 2013, 14.15 | Posted in Skateboarding, Sneakers, collabs, shops | 4 comments »

DSC 5297 1 DC x OTH Pool LE
DC has collaborated with Montreal, Quebec – based retailer Off The Hook aka OTH on a pair of their ultralight Pool LE’s. The Burgundy colored kick features full perf and DC’s Unilite material that combines to create one of the lightest shoes we’ve ever rocked. Check out more looks after the jump.

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