Dime and DC Shoes Offer Release Date and New Colorway Photos

Keeping it monochrome.

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After releasing initial images of their collaborative drop, Dime and DC Shoes have confirmed the release date of their joint sneaker release and unveiled photos of new colorways.

DC’s ‘Legacy I’ has been upgraded with neutral white and black tonal colorways. The white sneaker boasts pops of red color on the heel, sole and tongue pull, while the black iteration renders the same pieces opaque. Dime branding on the midsole and rear complements the usual DC branding on the sneaker’s toe, heel insert and tongue.

No price has been revealed but mark your calendars for November 4, when the sneakers release at Dime’s Montréal storefront. Anyone not in Canada has to wait for the shoes to drop on the brand’s webstore on November 6 at 8PM EST. In other release date news, the Pharrell x Chanel x adidas Hu NMD Runners are finally set to drop.

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