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  1. DGK Rival Hoodie Black
    EUR 109,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  2. DGK In The Bricks T-Shirt Black
    EUR 34,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  3. DGK Sunday T-Shirt White
    EUR 34,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  4. DGK Golden Blessings T-Shirt Forest
    EUR 34,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  5. DGK Gloss T-Shirt Coral
    EUR 34,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  6. DGK All Star Mini Logo Hoodie Black
    EUR 69,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  7. DGK OG Logo 7.75 Deck Pink
    EUR 84,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  8. DGK Premium 8.06 Deck Black
    EUR 84,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  9. DGK The Plug 8.1 Deck
    EUR 84,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  10. DGK Stay Poppin Pink 8.0 Deck
    EUR 84,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  11. DGK Stay Poppin Pink 7.75 Deck
    EUR 84,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  12. DGK Street Heat 8.1 Deck
    EUR 84,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  13. DGK Street Heat 7.9 Deck
    EUR 84,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  14. DGK Poppin Pink 7.75 Complete Skateboard
    EUR 109,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  15. DGK Poppin Pink 7.5 Complete Skateboard
    EUR 109,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  16. DGK Poppin Pink 7.25 Kids Mini Complete Skateboard
    EUR 109,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  17. DGK Street Heat 8.0 Complete Skateboard
    EUR 109,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  18. DGK Street Heat 7.75 Complete Skateboard
    EUR 109,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  19. DGK Fagundes Prosperity 8.1 Deck
    EUR 89,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  20. DGK Marquise Prosperity 8.25 Deck
    EUR 89,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  21. DGK Ortiz Prosperity 8.06 Deck
    EUR 89,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  22. DGK Kalis Prosperity 7.8 Deck
    EUR 89,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  23. DGK Williams Prosperity 7.9 Deck
    EUR 89,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
  24. DGK Vaughn Prosperity 8.0 Deck
    EUR 89,99 Incl. 20 % VAT
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DGK - Dirty Ghetto Kids

Dirty Ghetto Kids, or DGK, was founded in 2002 by pro skateboarder Stevie Williams and his business partner Troy Morgan as part of Kayo Corp. distribution. Kayo also housed the wheel brand Gold Wheels, which was also started by Stevie, prior to the launch of DGK. The name Dirty Ghetto Kids created a lot of buzz in the scene and there were many who doubted the young brand would be a success. However, for Williams, who grew up in poor circumstances in Philadelphia, there was no compromise. As an early local of the legendary Love Park, he and his friends were called Dirty Ghetto Kids by the older skaters. By doing so, they unwittingly became the namesakes of DGK.

The DGK team was unique from the beginning and perfectly represented Stevie's vision of a board company. A raw street-heavy image was always the core focus of the DGK team. Besides legends like Marcus McBride, Wade DesArmo or Jack Curtin, DGK always supported unknown amateurs who often became big names in the scene. In 2009 Stevie brought his longtime friend and companion Josh Kalis into the team. In 2012, the DGK team was awarded the "Best Team Award" by Transworld Skateboard Magazine. In the same year the video "Parental Advisory" was voted video of the year.

After a few team changes and restructures, DGK is still a "real" skateboard brand today that always honors its roots. Williams and his mother have been involved in charitable causes for many years, donating many products to children living in ghettos. Stevie still wants to be an example and inspire young people to leave the ghetto behind.

DGK also stands out as a streetwear brand and scores with hip hop-influenced designs and high-quality products. In addition to collaborations with Reebok and G-Shock, DGK also works with Louis Vuitton designer and Off White founder Virgil Ablohnend, and together they have launched several limited edition products. DGK's graphics are often done in comic style and occasionally include humorous interpretations of existing products or major brands like White Castle, Cup Noodles, N*stle, RAW Papers, etc.