Montreal's Dime have dropped a brand new line of graphic goodness just in time for the warmer months, including updated designs and some new additions to familiar skate and street ready silhouettes. In amongst the signature Dior-inspired logo staples, the 'Visage Hoodie', 'First Date' graphic and Cardiel mug are most definitely on our shopping list.
Dropping in various Summer appropriate colour options and ranging from polo's to half-zip fleece's and a healthy selection of headwear, the Dime Spring/Summer 2017 collection is available now at all good skate stores including Palomino&Slam
In paying homage to Dime as one of the most exciting brands in skateboarding over the past few years and in anticipation of their first physical store set to open in Montreal, Quartersnacks have put together a new Dime Insta mix, which you can watch in full above.
Almost a year to the day since Vans and Dime unveiled their popular Slip-On Pro model to the world, the pair come together once again to present a new three-piece capsule, which sees reworks of the classic Old Skool and the lesser known Fairline model.
Starting with the popular 90's silhouette, the Fairline looses some of its iconic bulky look, stripped out from the inside out and updated with performance features to help combat the rigours of today’s uncompromising action sports standards. Arriving in a "Dream Blue", the icy rework features a tonal puffy sidestripe on the side panels and custom moulded Dime logo on the tongue, with a hardwearing suede applied to the entirety of the upper. All of this sits on top of a Vans’ Pro Lite Cupsole construction and Vans’ Ultracush HD sockliner to ensure a comfortable ride. Rounding off the capsule is two clean takes of the ever popular Old Skool Pro silhouette, offered up in a 'Marshmallow White" and "Blue Nights" colour options, both pairs feature tonal branding and stark white lacing, which compliment the mid sole. All three pairs feature translucent outsoles, with Dime branding on the bottom of the Old Skools.
Bryan, Warehouse Manager of Dime had this to say on the release...
‘’We are overjoyed that the good folks at Vans let us bring back their timeless Fairlane silhouette for this project. Intense physical activity can really make your feet sweat and it’s important to stay cool. The objective here was to build the iciest kicks ever,”
Montreal’s Dime come through with their fourth video drop and it’s banging! Featuring riders Alexis Lacroix, Andrew McGraw, Antoine Asselin, Leon Chapdelaine, Jamal Smith, Kevin Lowry, Will Marshall, Kyle Macdonald, Dustin Henry, Sam Chouinard, Zander Mitchell, Gab Ekoe, Joey Larock, Jake Johnson, Ian Clelland, Chris St-Cyr, Charles Rivard, Tyler Warren and Bob Lasalle, alongside some solid rollerblade action from Hugo Balek, the 14 minute clip by Phil Lavoie follows the crew through the streets of their native city, cut to the sounds of 50 Cent, Too $hort, Jim Jones and more.
Check the full clip above and head to dimemtl.com for more
Montreal based Dime come through with a it’s latest instalment of skate ready apparel for Autumn/Winter 2015.
Keeping it simple throughout, the Canadian skate brand applies their minimal type logo to a range of staple shapes including tees, long sleeves and 6 panel caps. They have also introduced new rugby top styles and lightweight pull over jackets, again donning the Dime logo embroidered into the chest, available in basic black,white and navy colour options. To coincide with their mainline release, Dime have also linked up with Alltimers on some collaborative pieces which include two custom ‘Alldimers’ graphic tees and a cut out Ryan Gosling cruiser deck. Alltimers have immortalised the likes of R Kelly and Marisa Tomei in the past with their oddly shaped boards and now turn their attention to the Gos for this collaborative effort that’s been marketed as “the first-ever board designed specifically for girls to ride”.
You can pick up the latest from Dime and their collaboration with Alltimers over at www.thepalomino.com