Here’s a Top Shelf Collaboration from Grassroots x Dime Bags

Grassroots and Dime Bags have recently teamed up to drop a new collaboration of dope hats and fanny packs.

Grassroots began making hats for a documentary film they were producing in 2009. Since then they have created fitted hats and snapbacks for some of the biggest names in the industry. Artists ranging from Method Man to the biggest names in the jam scene like Jerry Garcia and Griz to namedrop a few. Speaking of names, the brand was founded by Ryan Connolly. Today his creation provides cutting edge state of the art designs in every item created. Grassroots has thrived to be an industry leader by paying attention to every detail, and providing environmentally friendly hats constructed with hemp, recycled aluminum cans and ballistic material. Because it’s the little details that matter most.

Dime Bags began doing biz in 2010 and is the creation of two buds who decided they were tired of the sub-par hemp bags that were flooding the market at the time. Fast forward ten years and the brand has become the leader in the hemp accessories market making high quality, timeless products with that same high regard for detail that Grassroots possesses.

This Top Shelf Series collaboration includes a limited edition hat + bag release from two of the biggest names in the alternative lifestyle space With only 420 ever made, this is a pure fire choice for Grassroots and Dime Bags connoisseurs alike. The hats are snapback and come in either Small/Medium or Large/Extra-Large and come in a collector’s edition box.  Tim Morrissey CEO and co-founder of Dime Bags added. “Our first collab with Grassroots did so well, we are back with round two!  For the launch of this collaboration, we designed a limited edition print that will only be found in the Top Shelf Series. This is one of the rarest items a Dime Bags collector can own.”

Brand: Grassroots x Dime Bags
Model: The Top Shelf Series Grey, Purple
Release: Available NOW
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