Italian footwear staple Diadora, enters Sole Academy's (SA) roster of footwear giants. Known for their authentic Italian craftsmanship, Diadora's reputation for exceptional quality has made them a household name throughout Italy for decades. This September, SA will exclusively release a collection featuring four lifestyle silhouettes from the brand.
The V7000 is a lightweight, retro-style running icon. It weighs an astonishing 290 grams while guaranteeing full support and maximum comfort with its cushioned midsole. A durable traction pattern keeps your feet on the ground and the tapered shape distinguishes this silhouette from its generation. The upper is constructed using a combination of nylon, suede and full grain leather and the sinuous lines contribute to its overall lightweight appeal. This will retail for Php 5,895.
V7000 NYL II
Promising the same support and comfort as the V7000 Premium, the V7000 NYL III is a spoiler version, showcasing a contrasting coloring on the heel and nylon and suede upper. Complementing its lightweight feel is a creative combination of colors and materials reminiscent of a race car. This will retail for Php 4,695.
Straight from the original 1990 catalogue, Diadora's N9000 is an iconic must-have. This retro running model faithfully replicates the original sole construction and materials, making it extremely comfortable and stylish. This timeless and versatile model goes well with any of your go-to look.This will retail for Php 4,995.
Striding with season's trends is a perfect fusion of streetwear and running culture with Diadora's N902. The durable nylon and Pu microfiber upper sports a classic vibe while the reinterpreted lines provide a high impact look. This will retail for Php 3,695.
These brand new silhouettes will be made available to our shores for the first time as an SA exclusive across all branches (ATC, BGC, TriNoma, and UPTC) starting September 29.
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