For Spring 2012 the illustrious Italian sports heritage brand Diadora has colaborated with the British retailer Size to launch 4 exclusive new styles which pays homage to the Italian brand’s 60 years of developing both competitive and non-competitive footwear which bridges the gap between performance-based and trend-led training shoes. Diadora who are renowned for technical excellence, classic Italian style and high quality products pride themselves on not only their history, nationality but also successfully being able to fuse these two markets.
The ‘Cross 70’ is a retro influenced low-top trainer with suede detailing that will be released in White/Hunter, Carmine Red/White, Classic Navy/Carmine and Royal/White colour ways. First designed in 1975 as a multipurpose outdoor training shoe, the current design has not strayed much from its predecessor and this style led sneaker is classically inspired by the brand’s wealth of heritage and design excellence.
The ‘Tokyo’ is a vintage inspired sneaker with leather logo detailing that will be released in, Beige Tannin/Coffee Bean, Castle Rock/Royal, Royal/White and Black/White colour ways. First released in 1982, this trainer not only proves that the brand’s reputation has been based on innovative and original design; it also shows that they are still producing key trends in an ever evolving market place.
The ‘B.Elite’ is a design classic, low-top trainer that will be released in White/Tibetan Red and White/Classic Navy colour ways. Arguably Diadora’s most iconic piece of footwear, the B. Elite launched in 1978 and has become a heritage classic and a time-honoured performance trainer, proving itself as a permanent choice for the style savvy.
The ‘Heroes’ is a stylish, running, low-top trainer that not only looks a step ahead of the rest, but will keep you there. Originally released in 1985 as the Seb Impact, the trainers improve the balance and posture of the wearer. The low profile designed sneaker is available in Castle Rock/Yellow Croms/Dark Red and White/Dark Navy/Dark Red colour ways. The ‘Heroes’ trainer combines Diadora’s design excellence with their ability to constantly create iconic classics.