As a part of its Spring 2024 drop, Dime has unveiled a collaborative sneaker with adidas. Not the first time the Montréal-based skatewear brand has collaborated with the Three Stripes, having released the Busentiz Vulc II last year, the duo have come together once again for a nostalgic release. Reaching back to the 2000s, the Dime x adidas ADI2000 return in an all-new colorway.

Taking inspiration from the skate DNA of the early 2000s, Dime adds its own aesthetic and touch to the shoe. Skateboarders need shoes that are durable and long-lasting and this pair aims to be just that. With a nearly indestructible durability, highlighted by the infinite panels of material stitched over a thick rubber outsole and strategically placed heel pull, the shoe is ready for any skate situation. Constructed out of premium suede and outsole in a Lt. Granite hue, the shoe sits atop chalk midsole and rubber gum outsole to round out the shoe. Not only is the shoe skate-ready, but its neutral hue makes it an easy match to any outfit.

Take a look a the Dime x adidas ADI2000 arriving on April 27 at 1 p.m. online for $120 USD.

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