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Diadora V.7000 “Cyan Blue”

There is a brand new Diadora V7000 that just released from the Italian based sneaker company that has been making a name for themselves in the states over the past couple years.

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Adding to their lineup is this premium Italian-made V7000 silhouette that features an off-White, shaggy suede base contrasted with Cyan Blue perforated leather underlays. Other details to the shoe include Blue accents on the Diadora embroidered branding hitting the heel and tongue. An all-White midsole and Black rubber outsole finishes off the look.

Check out the detailed images below and look for the Diadora V7000 Cyan Blue available now at select Diadora retail stores, including Feature. The retail price tag is set at $140 USD.

Diadora V7000 Cyan Blue

Diadora V7000 Cyan Blue

Diadora V7000 Cyan Blue

Diadora V7000 Cyan Blue

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