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Diadora Launch the Brasil 'Made In Italy' K-Leather Pro "Black/White"

Diadora continue their resurgence into football by releasing a follow up colourway to the Brasil 'Made in Italy' K-Leather series. Dropping in the most traditional of black and white suits the heritage silo is wrapped in nothing but premium vibes as the Italian brand deliver a masterpiece of throwback style.

Landing just a month after Diadora re-launched the famed series from their archives in the OG "Black/Fluo" colourway, the second drop is every bit as sumptuous as the brand release another iconic 1984 Brasil boot crafted by hand from the finest kangaroo leather in Montebelluna, Italy, i.e the Harvard University of boot design.


Still boasting that glorious Diadora logo down each side and on the soleplate, along with the fine stitching and Italian flag on the collar, it’s the fine details of the Brasil that continue to stand it out as pure class. Diadora have a long and prestigious history in the game, kitting out European Footballers of the Year Marco Van Basten, George Weah and Roberto Baggio in the exquisite comfort of their range. And the ‘Made in Italy’ callout on the tongue is testament to the years of experience they have in producing some of the finest boots ever worn.

While the Italian brand undoubtedly enjoyed their greatest success through the 80s and 90s, players such as Christian Vieri, Roy Keane and Filippo Inzaghi ensured the brand remained as a class option well into the new century. Now the the heralded 1984 Brasil boot is back once more, and you love to see it. Whilst the boot featured here is the top end 'Made in Italy' edition, Diadora have also launched a standard k-leather version at almost half the price, but definitely not half the quality. It's not a take-down, the 'Made in Italy' is just that extra bit elite. Much in the same way Mizuno launch the Morelio Neo II, and then a more expensive 'Made in Japan' edition.


Pick up the Diadora Brasil 'Made In Italy' football boots at


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