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La MJC x Diadora S8000 “All Gone 2010”

La MJC and Diadora have been releasing several silhouettes as a nod to past editions of All Gone in celebration of the cultural publication’s 10th Anniversary.

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Continuing with the theme, they now debut their newest La MJC x Diadora S8000 All Gone 2010 edition. This special edition Diadora S8000 features a premium pebbled Brown leather upper with matching perforated suede and embossed La MJC and All Gone branding on the tongues and heels.

Limited to only 200 pairs, look for the luxurious “All Gone 2010” to release on Saturday, October 1st in-store at Club75 flagship in Paris. Remaining pairs will be released online the following day.

La MJC x Diadora S8000 All Gone 2010

La MJC x Diadora S8000 All Gone 2010

La MJC x Diadora S8000 All Gone 2010

La MJC x Diadora S8000 All Gone 2010

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