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Beams x Diadora N9000 “Benetton”

Japan based Beams is hooking up with Italian based Diadora to release a collaborative N9000 that’s inspired by the colorful colors of the early 90s from designers like Ralph Lauren and United Colors of Benetton.

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This Diadora N9000 is built with a mixture of suede, nubuck and mesh that features a full colorful makeover done in a combination of Yellow, Blue, Red, Green, and White.

Check out the detailed images below and look for the Beams Diadora N9000 Benetton to release on January 30th through Beams that will release alongside some sportswear apparel to match the collaboration minus the colorful look.

Beams Diadora N9000 Benetton

Beams Diadora N9000 Benetton

Beams Diadora N9000 Benetton

Beams Diadora N9000 Benetton

Beams Diadora N9000 Benetton

Beams Diadora N9000 Benetton

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