Skateboarding has always made the outsiders shine. That’s one of the miracles in riding one. It’s a pastime that lives and breathes to see the underdog rise up. From their inception as a skate crew at LOVE Park in Philadelphia during the mid-’90s, Stevie Williams and The Dirty Ghetto Kids were outsiders amongst outsiders—marginalized from society for being skateboarders—then marginalized by local skaters for simply being dirty kids from the hood. After embracing their outcast status, and repurposing the very name originally intended to dismiss them, the DGK crew all but took over the LOVE Park scene only a couple of years after their formation. They then went from strength to strength to form the brand DGK. Predominately a skate brand, DGK has elevated itself to a lifestyle brand to all of those who have never forgotten where they came from –For those who come from nothing- the true DGK way.