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Diadora N9000 Double L “Chili Pepper Red”

The popular Diadora N9000 silhouette also has a Double L edition that recently dropped in its newest “Chili Pepper Red” colorway.

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This release comes built in a mixture of suede, mesh, nylon and leather. The upper comes dressed in a Red Pepper upper with Dark Blue and White detailing found on the tongue and lining, along with a White midsole.

Check out the detailed images below and look for the Diadora N9000 Double L “Chili Pepper Red” available now through select retailers like Sneaker Politics. The retail price tag is set at $130 USD.

Diadora N9000 Double L Chili Pepper Red

Diadora N9000 Double L Chili Pepper Red

Diadora N9000 Double L Chili Pepper Red

Diadora N9000 Double L Chili Pepper Red

Diadora N9000 Double L Chili Pepper Red

Diadora N9000 Double L Chili Pepper Red

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