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Dima 3.0 Shoe - Men's

1 out of 5 stars
1 Review

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Why We Like The Dima 3.0 Shoe

Whether we're riding up steep hills in San Fran or coasting on our single-speed through downtown Chicago, the Chrome Dima 3.0 Shoe has us covered. We appreciate how its reinforced structural design lays power down, yet doesn't alter its low-key look and feel off the bike. Chrome uses an internal PowerPlate propulsion shank, so you can pedal swiftly through the city without wasting precious energy.


  • Stylish, performance slip-ons for urban cyclists and commuters
  • PowerPlate propulsion shank for better pedaling efficiency
  • Burly Cordura uppers are both breathable and durable
  • Contoured, impact-resistant footbed for supportive feel
  • Vulcanized rubber sole for pedaling and walking grip
  • Item #CRMS04N
Upper Material
1050D Cordura
PowerPlate nylon shank
Panaracer rubber
Cleat Compatibility
cycling, commuting
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

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1 out of 5 stars

December 4, 2022

Not sure who these are for...bad fit

I've used it several times
Size Bought:
6' 1"

Ordered my size, and when they came they were falling off. So I figured they must run big. I sent them back and got a smaller size. Now they are still too big at the ankle, but really tight in the toe. They are long enough, but really narrow. I'm just not sure who's feet these are foot. You'd have to have really big ankles and super narrow toes. I thought I would wear them enough to stretch them out, but they were making my toes hurt too much, and I was worried about getting an ingrown toenail. So I can never wear them at any size.

Eric A