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Wouldn't it be cool not to look like an out-of-place-kook this July 4th? Whether you’re hitting the beach, firing up the barbeque, or taking advantage of a day to skate all the closed businesses, let us help your gear come correct this patriotic holiday. We’ve personally compiled a handful of apparel

We see a ton of custom completes come through here, so to have yours picked as a Crispy New New means you're doing something right. Kye from New Mexico hit the nail on the head with a rad DGK deck, Thunder Trucks, Bones Wheels and Bones Bearings all topped off with Lucky Hardware and Jessup Griptape. This is one seriou…

From Underworld Element's Lil' Stevie all the way to Asphalt Yacht Club's head honcho, the original Dirty Ghetto Kid has been stacking street cred for over two decades. We recently had the chance to take your questions directly from Instagram and put them to the man himself. Check out the Stevie Williams Interview and…

If you haven't checked out DGK's Blood Money over at Thrasher... you're fuckin' up. One of the best releases of 2014 featuring new DGK pro's Marquise Henry and Boo Johnson. In honor of the video and their recent recruitment into the pro-ranks, Boo and Quise each got signature "Blood Money" models. Samuel from Colorado…

DGK once again earns their reputation for progression and classic moves with a twist. Presented by Thrasher, the new DGK Blood Money video is a heavy hitter! Marquise is a board control wizard, Boo Johnson you'll have to see to believe and all the other Dirty Ghetto Kids are represented. Watch, get hyped, go skate!

The dudes over at Rook and DGK decided to team up and release a collab collection. The DGK x Rook collab consists of six items, two 5-panel hats, three shirts and a tank top. This collab is one every Rook and DGK fan should have in their closet. Pick yours up today at Skate Warehouse.

DGK's turnin’ the shop into a 7-11 with their new Ghettolicious series. Get your fill here at the Go Skate Blog, then check out all our other Series Spotlights HERE.

The DGK G Riders Series is, as the name implies, G’d out. I’m a sucker for classic cars; even the hoopty ones. These boards come out in a full burgundy wood dye- each with a depiction of a different low rider. Clever model names like the "Kalis Supreme", “Marcus Carlo” “El Rodrigo” and the ever-classic “Coupe DesArmo”…