DGK clothing is about turning a negative into a positive. The DGK clothing brand was started by Stevie Williams, who began skating at age 11. Using every spare minute of the day to skate on the streets of his native Philadelphia, Stevie and his friends were often labeled "dirty ghetto kids" (DGK) by disapproving onlookers. Through DGK clothing and skateboards, Stevie has taken this insult and turned it into a highly successful urban fashion brand.
DGK clothing is about passion and about individuality—the same passion Williams had for skateboarding on the streets of his home town, and the same individuality you see in his approach to skating and to building an enduring skate brand.
- The OG Camo Tee in Black
- DGK NEW
- The Rag Tee in Black
- DGK NEW
- The 420 1/2 Tee in White
Shop Karmaloop for DGK clothing.
Karmaloop.com is the world's leading online retailer of street clothing for the Verge Culture—the millions of men and women who have grown up in the age of the Internet. Karmaloop and its sister sites, including MissKL.com, PLNDR.com and Kazbah.com, give fans of streetwear and urban fashion access to more than 500 brands—everything from G-SHOCK to Obey to KR3W to Vans and many others.
DGK clothing at Karmaloop includes hoodies with a wide variety of features such as kangaroo pouch pockets, drawstring closures, banded cuffs and hems, and, on most of the hoodies offered by DGK, a stitched logo on the lower left corner and left hem of the hood.
You'll also find DGK clothing like a wide variety of fleece varsity-style jackets with contrast synthetic arms and striped trim. This DGK jacket typically has a logo on the chest, angled welt pockets, and a snap button closure.
DGK also makes five-pocket raw denim jeans with a full zipper closure, removable customize laced belt, and contrast stitching.
Complete your DGK look with clothing accessories.
Accessories for DGK clothing at Karmaloop include flat brim snapback hats and knit beanies with ear flap tassels and a pompom accent on the top. There are also plastic wayfarer-style sunglasses, typically with multi-color frames and tinted lenses.